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“Tanzender Baum” (size 40x60cm, 6/10)

“Tanzender Baum” (dancing tree)from the series “Der Weg ist das Ziel” (the journey is the reward), 2007

Size 40x60cm, numbered (6/10) and signed, mounted on Forex®.



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Original, limited to 10 pieces

The Motif

An all-time favourite from my diploma thesis. The “Tanzender Baum” (Dancing Tree) is limited to 10 copies; I am offering number 6/10 here. I had this original in 40×60 cm format produced for an exhibition in Munich in 2018.

The material

The picture was produced as a high-quality fine art print mounted on a Forex® board and provided with a matt UV-protective laminate. It is ideal for frameless hanging, but can also be framed with or without a passe-partout.
I used to present all my works on Forex® because this hard foam material was the most sustainable form of presentation I could find at the beginning of my artistic career. Although it is plastic (PVC), it can be produced in a very energy-saving way and the resulting sections are easily recyclable. As I have owned some prints for over 10 years, I unfortunately had to realise that the material warps a little over time, especially in large formats. Therefore, I only offer Forex® for smaller formats. Even with the format 40×60 cm, which is not critical in itself, you should take care not to place the picture directly above a heat source.

Your home

If you’re not sure how the design will fit in your home, feel free to contact me directly: by phone on +4915150113590 or by email at jennifer@jennifer-scales.com. And this is what I can do for you: You send me a photo of the wall in question (I will let you know which details you need to pay attention to) and I will send you a non-binding visualisation of how this original would look in that place.

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