PROJECT ART - Red Trees Limited Edition Collectables circa 1880s
Artwork influenced by my Red Trees project and My Gamma Waves, a biographical work in progress that answers difficult questions and restores meaning to life.
One postcard sent to you from the past
Limited Edition of 25. (22 available)
Once ordered you can expect delivery, special post, of a rare postcard written and sent to you from me. The location from where the postcard is sent is a mysterious place where I have traveled more than once. The adventure is in a land west of Yellowstone and inland from the Pacific ocean. The postcards are 5.5" x 3.5" and are rare photos of a happening that currently is being rediscovered, and confirmed as true. More on this story is forthcoming.
RED TREES POSTCARDS (set of 8)
Limited Edition of 3 (2 available)
This is a set of rare postcards printed in the 1880s. They depict the wounded tree phenomenon that occurred in the northwest and was not widely documented. It happened that an ancestor of mine was able to travel by train, carriage, and horseback to witness the happening. This rare set of postcards is all that is left but for a written statement, which I have in my possession. Natural archival pigment was used. The cards are 5.5 x 3.5 postcards, and each set has eight cards, tied in material from my Red Trees Project.
RED TREES STEREOSCOPE AND STEREOGRAPHS (6 cards)
Edition of 3 (2 available)
Over a 100 years old, this item originates from my family lineage and was specifically used on a journey to explore the aftermath of the Railroad Land Grants that began in the 1860s and instigated by President Lincoln. The journey was harrowing and also kept hidden by those powerful and corrupt. It has taken me years of digging to uncover a truth that could potentially change history and your impression of the world that we live.
The antique 1880s wooden Stereoscope has a padded rim and brass tacks and measures approximately 13" x 6".The handle can be unscrewed if needed for traveling.
Six extremely unique cards, 7.5" x 4", are included. Sir Charles Wheatstone invented the first patented stereoscope in 1838. The stereographs were once printed on copper and glass. As the popularity of the format grew the photos were printed on stable cardstock, such as these printed with archival pigment.
These extraordinarily rare stereographs are of wounded trees taken in the summer of 1883 and the sole inspiration for my Red Trees Project.
Red Trees circa 1880s
Box of Shrouds
100 Tears Part 3
Negative to Positive (brain lightboxes)
Handmade and Printed Books
2004: The Courage of Trees
2016: The Demandments Card Set
Painting circa 1990
OIL ON PAPER
2011: The Year The Permafrost Softened
WORKS ON PAPER
2002: Fan Collages
2000-2004: Figure Drawing
1997-2005: Collage on paper
2000-2004: Project Art
Figure Drawings circa 1500s
2001: How Things Pile Up
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