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bird & brush: cloud dance storyblock
bird & brush: cloud dance storyblock
$45.00

bird & brush: cloud dance storyblock

One of our new perspectives from our bird & brush artblock collaborations.  Beautiful small-scale landscape paintings on reclaimed hardwood blocks. Each shaped & painted by hand here in our studio. 

Consider a new way of seeing the changing shape of the clouds...

you would not think the clouds inconsequential if you could see the way they dance the name & shape of each living thing as we pass from this world to the next.

click here if you'd like to see the print...

  • hardwood block species will vary according to what we have on hand
  • 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 eight layers of paint, ink, and graphite (including a secret hand written wish) - making each piece an original in its own right. 
  • 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

    The art & story was created by Brian Andreas on May 28, 2020. Read More

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    • hardwood block species will vary according to what we have on hand
    • 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 eight layers of paint, ink, and graphite (including a secret hand written wish) - making each piece an original in its own right. 
    • 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

      The art & story was created by Brian Andreas on May 28, 2020. Read More