Dead Tree Boneyard Beach Florida Texture Close-up 2 Black and White Rustic Nature Photo Fine Art Canvas Wall Art Print
Rustic Home Decor Wall Art:
Dead Tree Boneyard Beach Florida Texture Close-up 2 Black and White Nature Photo Fine Art Canvas Print
About This Farmhouse Country Wall Decor: Dead Tree Boneyard Beach Florida Texture Close-up 2 Black and White is a macro coastal nature photograph of the texture of one of many wilting / dead trees on Jacksonville Florida's Boneyard Beach located in Big Talbot Island State Park. Just a short drive from the city, this was and is an interesting place to check out and capture the beauty. At this park we saw first hand mother nature's power by sculpting the bluffs, trees and shoreline.
The driftwood bones are bleached, smoothed and battered by sun, sand and wind daily creating these wicked natural sculptures across the shoreline. Perfect for driftwood beach wall decor or as loose print to be framed at your leisure, this seaside themed wall art will add a touch of mystery to any room and will definitely be a talking piece to your guests. This picture is also available in traditional color format.
Title: Dead Tree Boneyard Beach Florida Texture Close-up 2 Black and White
Photographer: Melissa Fague
Genre: Nature Photography
Orientation: Vertical / Portrait or Horizontal / Landscape
Colors of Image: Black, White and Gray
Signed Limited Edition HD Fine Art Canvas Gallery Wrap Prints
Our limited-edition canvas prints are created using 1.5" stretcher bars that have strength & resist twisting caused by inferior stretcher systems & time. The canvas is a natural white cotton fine art canvas that contains no optical brighteners (OBA's), and features a finely woven, elegant surface structure. The premium matte coating provides a first-class printing result with a wide color gamut and deep, rich blacks, and image sharpness. Our museum quality canvas provides extraordinary elasticity, making it ideal for stretcher frames. Our fine art canvases are acid-free and archival, in accordance with ISO 9706 standards (museum grade according to the requirements of galleries and museums).
These fine art canvas prints come ready to hang. The life expectancy of these collectible prints is up to 300 years depending on the care and limited to 500 to ever be sold. All of our fine art photography prints are inspected, numbered & signed by landscape and nature photographer Melissa Fague before shipping.
Print Sizes Available:
- 11" x 14"
- 16" x 20"
- 20" x 24"
- 20" x 30"
- 24" x 36"
Processing, Shipping and Returns:
All of our photography prints are made-to-order. Please allow up to 10 business days for our signed fine art canvas prints to arrive at your door. The fine art prints are printed and shipped to Melissa for her inspection and signature before it is shipped to you.
Returns: Super simple! No hassle return or exchange policy. You’ll receive 100% money back if you’re not satisfied...simply message us.
About the Artist:
Melissa Fague is a professional landscape and nature photographer based out of Bear, Delaware USA. In just a few short years her work has been published over four dozen times and she has won multiple national & international awards for her photographic artwork. Most recently Melissa's wall art and fine art prints have been featured on Martha Stewart, People and Better Home & Gardens.
To read Melissa's inspiring story on how she became a nature and landscape photographer; as well as receive helpful photography tips to improve your own photographic skills, please check out our blog.
Do you have questions about Melissa's work? Pi Photography and Fine Art has had the pleasure of working with a variety of galleries, decorators, interior designers, large corporations, retailers and homeowners with their art or wall decorating projects and we'd love to work with you too on yours. If you have questions, please contact us at any time via message or call us at (800) 558-8577.
Other Print Options:
Downloadable / Printable
Because we love everything about nature and want to keep it clean, as well as the preservation of history, a portion of the proceeds of these coastal living artwork will be donated to Florida National Parks Association