The great state of Arizona has an abundance of natural wonders as well as some pretty impressive man-made creations. One of the most unique is the phenomenon known as the slot canyon. Slot canyons are formed when water from rain and thundershowers travels over the surface of the desert until it drops into narrow cracks in the desert floor. Over time the water carves fantastical features into the sandstone while keeping its incredibly narrow aspect. In places where it is possible to stand on the floor of the canyon and look up to a narrow patch of sky. The play of light and dark, bright and dim, brilliant and subdued, creates a feeling of motion and disorientation. John has captured all of these experiences in this impressive triptych, The drama in this artwork is difficult to deny. Hang this piece in a prominent place in your home and listen to the conversation that starts when guests see it.
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