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He Who Chops His Own Wood Is Twice Warmed

Limited Edition Photograph

$ 130.00

12"x12" | Edition of 30
20"x20" | Edition of 20
Unframed
Black
White
Natural
N/A
Matted
Full Bleed

DESCRIPTION

In his ongoing series 'Once Upon A Time In The West', artist Travis Schneider documents personal landmarks along the road between his two home towns. Driving back and forth between Los Angeles and Sun Valley, Idaho since he was 5, these old signs signaled his distance from home. The stack of wood is home.

This Exclusive Tappan Edition is an archival photographic art print on natural white, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper.

The dimensions reflect the image size. If purchased unframed, there is an additional 3" white border around the image included for framing purposes.

DIMENSIONS

12 x 12 inches | edition of 30

20 x 20 inches | edition of 20

FRAMED DIMENSIONS

12 x 12 inches

Matted: 19.25 x 19.25 x 1.25 inches

Full Bleed: 13.25 x 13.25 x 1.25 inches

20 x 20 inches

Matted: 27.25 x 27.25 x 1.25 inches

Full Bleed: 21.25 x 21.25 x 1.25 inches

AUTHENTICATION

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed and numbered by the Co-Founder of Tappan

SHIPPING

Unframed works ship in 5 - 7 business days.

Framed works ship in 7 - 10 business days.

Without classical training and with a few vintage cameras in hand, Schneider has refined his craft and grown into a sought out photographer capturing honest and intimate moments with his subjects.

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