Into the Woods is a limited edition woodcut print handmade by Jeanne Amato, a long time apprentice and studio assistant of Sabra Field. You can see the parallels between their Vermont inspired work fairly easily. A misty morning forest scene sure to remind one of morning hikes in Vermont. One of Jeanne’s more intricate prints, a lush and complex patch of greenery rests at the base of the print. A forest of tall trees can be seen springing from the ground, the trees fade into shadows in the background giving the appearance of a foggy day. Given the large size of this print, it's easy to see it gracing a dining room or as a focal point in an entryway or living area.
"Completing this print took a year and a half as life events ebbed and flowed, interfering and allowing me to slowly move forward. I consider this a personal, transitional piece that saw me through the last six months of my father's life. Five blocks were cut for this image with the overlapping gray creating the morning mist." ~ Jeanne Amato
- 45.5x33.5 Framed, 1.5x1.5 Wooden Frame
Available in a custom frame, hand created by Lassie Barile of Vermont Framemakers in Waterbury Center. The beautiful driftwood grey wooden frame was selected to compliment the neutral tones of the print. The frame and glass are made of:
- 99% UV protective filtering glaze; Museum anti-reflective glass; UV plexi acrylic; Optium museum anti-reflective acrylic
- Acid free lignin free mat board; 100% rag board
- Acid free foamcore; acid free dry mounting