WoodCut by Bryan Nash Gill

I always find amazing how one woodcut could explaing the history of their life, it seems almost impossible, but it's true.
The book of Bryan Nash Gill, WoodCut, want to show us the sublime power locked inside their arboreal rings with prints from the cross sections of trees.
"Woodcut will appeal to anybody who appreciates the grandeur and mystery of trees, as well as those who work with wood and marvel at the rich history embedded in its growth."


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