A collection of large-scale relief prints from the cross sections of trees by Connecticut-based artist Bryan Nash Gill. Reveals the sublime power locked inside the arboreal rings of various trees including ash, maple, oak, spruce, and willow while recording the year-by-year life and times of fallen or damaged logs.
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