perspectives: true name storyblock
perspectives: true name storyblock
$50.00

perspectives: true name storyblock

One of our perspectives from our bird & brush collaborations.  Beautiful small-scale landscape paintings on reclaimed hardwood blocks. Each one an original, painted by hand - read below to learn more about our process

the true name for who you are I would give a lifetime to know

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  • hardwood block species will vary according to what we have available
  • average dimensions: 4.5" W x 5" H x 7/8" D
  • each block is shaped & painted here in the studio with our unique bird & brush process:  the final piece has at least 8 layers of paint, graphite & ink (including a secret hand written wish) making each piece an original  
  • story on the front, with our bird & brush studio signature on the back
  • natural grain on the sides & back exposed to show the story of wood
  • comes in an organic cotton bag with the Flying Edna logo & a card describing the wood species and origin

    Kai wrote the story from which this excerpt was taken a few years ago, for Cuba: This Moment Exactly So - a collaboration with photographer, Lorne Resnick. He created the image on the hardwood block on May 20, 2020.

    description

    • hardwood block species will vary according to what we have available
    • average dimensions: 4.5" W x 5" H x 7/8" D
    • each block is shaped & painted here in the studio with our unique bird & brush process:  the final piece has at least 8 layers of paint, graphite & ink (including a secret hand written wish) making each piece an original  
    • story on the front, with our bird & brush studio signature on the back
    • natural grain on the sides & back exposed to show the story of wood
    • comes in an organic cotton bag with the Flying Edna logo & a card describing the wood species and origin

      artist

      Kai wrote the story from which this excerpt was taken a few years ago, for Cuba: This Moment Exactly So - a collaboration with photographer, Lorne Resnick. He created the image on the hardwood block on May 20, 2020.