Hypnotizing Wilderness Landscape Carved Out Of Wood

Published 10 years ago

After almost 2 years of on-and-off preparation and work, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based artist duo Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth are almost finished with their new woodcut print, called “Overlook.” The meticulously intricate woodcut of a speckled landscape with forests, mountains and lakes will be soon available as a three-color print, the final size reaching 28” x 46”.

Layer upon layer of undulating pattern builds a dizzying intensity in ‘Overlook’,” write the artists. “A panoramic infinity will be suggested by the print’s ability to eventually meet itself seemlessly at the edges, expanding like an eternal ‘wallpaper’ into an ever stretching vista!

The “Overlook” print will be available as a single piece, a diptych, a triptych, or “an entire room’s worth of loping, abundant wilderness as far as the eye can see!” – all from their Tugboat print shop.

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