A photographer must be very determined to get a picture of the world-famous Lower Antelope Canyon in Arizona. There are only certain times of the year when access to the canyons is allowed due to the risk of sudden flash flooding. These days the best way to view this geologic wonder is on a guided tour. These two canyons are known as slot canyons and the best way to describe them is to think of them as the Grand Canyon in reverse. On the surface of the desert, there is almost nothing to show for the amazing sights that wait below. The incredible natural carvings and canyon walls that weave and wend their way through your vision. I can imagine spending hours watching the light playing off the rocks as the sun and clouds cast magic on the canyon walls. Here in this magnificent photographic artwork, you can enjoy the magic of Lower Antelope Canyon anytime you like.
Depth + Design: Metal box art pieces are unique as they truly are a box. The sides are folded adding three inches of depth, which raises off the wall by 3 inches. Additionally, the design wraps on all sides making it 3-D.
Material: Using aluminum material, these boxes are extremely lightweight and can be hung with one small nail. We also included a crossbar with a notch that is perfectly centered, taking the guesswork out of centering your piece.
Size: Each panel measures 10.5 in wide x 42 in tall x 3 in deep. We recommend spacing each panel 2 inches apart.
Display: Box Art can be displayed indoors or outdoors as our materials (ink & aluminum) are weather-resistant.
Artist: John Lichtwardt