LintonArt

Original pieces of art. Not copies.

Utah, United States · 2520 Sales

LintonArt

Original pieces of art. Not copies.

Utah, United States 2520 Sales On Etsy since 2013

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Erik Linton

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Erik Linton

Blue Alaskan Cypress, Original Tree Ring Print
US$42.00
Zion National Park Cedar
US$45.00
Mirrored Redwood Grain 18x24"
US$40.00
White on Black Rock Canyon Pine
US$40.00
Gold Pine 100 Years Old 18x24 inches
US$45.00
White on Black Lodge Pole
US$40.00
Pennsylvania Sugar Maple. 36x36 inches
US$120.00
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Hunting for wood for tree ring prints on the banks of the Virgin River outside of Zion National Park in Utah.

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Zion National Park Cedar
US$45.00
100 year old pine from Albion Basin, UT. Tree ring prints by Erik Linton
Grand Canyon Cedar tree ring print by Erik Linton

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About

Bringing a piece of the outdoors into your home.

Ostranenie- The technique of presenting common things in an unfamiliar way in order to enhance perception of the familiar.
One of my missions as an artist is to help people see things that surround us in a different way. The trees that surround us and out live us are constantly writing the stories of the micro and macro environments around them. From the workings of a wood ant to the global climates these trees are full of stories. So, as an artist that makes tree ring prints, I am also a publisher. I publish the stories written in wood. The wood I gather for making my prints is taken only from trees that have previously fallen. I don't cut down any trees to make my tree ring prints. I like to gather my samples from places that have some significance like a National Park, National Forest, a historical site, or some other significant geographic location. While all of my pieces and techniques are unique, the idea of printing tree rings from a cross section of wood did not originate with me. As far as I'm aware, the first person to really perfect the art of a wood cut print of tree rings was Bryan Nash Gill. You can see his work here http://www.bryannashgill.com/.

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  • Erik Linton

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    Ostranenie- The technique of presenting common things in an unfamiliar way in order to enhance perception of the familiar. I reveal the stories that have been written by the trees around us. So that makes me an artist and a publisher.

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Last updated on September 14, 2015
LintonArt is primarily inspired by common things that we see in nature but it is presented in an accessible way that allows the viewer to appreciate the beauty in common natural objects. There's a lot of beauty in really simple things. There's so much simple beauty that we often overlook in the natural world. My goal is to bring some of that natural and simple beauty into our homes and change the way we look at the world.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Money Order
  • Check
Shipping
Ships USPS within 5 business days.
Refunds and Exchanges
I'm happy to replace any damaged or lost items.
Additional policies and FAQs
I'm happy to consider custom orders, wholesale & consignment.