Tree in a salmon. Salmon in a tree. NW forests depend on the Salmon to provide them with their single greatest source of growth inducing nitrogen each Fall. This silhouette was taken from a 29 lb. Chinook I caught and reversed out of a 327 year old Sitka Spruce tree that washed up on the beach near my home.
Image Size: 24” X 49” X 2.5”
Black Unryu Mulberry Bark Paper mounted on FSC birch panel with black lacquered sides. Printed in archival Titanium White inks with 24K Gold highlights.
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