Mom’s Wood Pile

Growing up, there was a fence that separated our back yard from the enchanted area we called the “way-back,” a small field of weed grasses. One year, my parents hired a landscape designer and took down most of the fence to open up the space and put in vegetable and flower beds. Many panels of the fencing formed the backdrop for a place to deposit unused garden pots and tomato cages.

Mom’s Wood Pile
Dye-sublimation Print
Aluminum Panel
24″ x 24″

Prints available

24″ x 24″ on aluminum
20″ x 20″ on paper
12″ x 12″ on paper

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Mom's Wood Pile
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