This vintner-approved Unwind Cork Wooden Wall Décor by Gizaun Art™ features a detailed image of a metal corkscrew in a cork opening a bottle of wine. A well-known action for vine and wine lovers, this handmade wall art makes a unique gift for casual wine drinkers or vino connoisseurs. Peering through the semi-translucent bottle and corkscrew image are the natural grain and knots of five red cedar panels into which the image is inked – creating a captivating piece of indoor or outdoor art that blends high-tech imagery with elements of photography. Due to the diverse characteristics of natural wood, each wine and cork wall hanging is totally one-of-a-kind.
Developed and created in the USA, Gizaun (pronounced GEE-Zawn) Art accents any living space, indoors or out. Hung outside on a porch, garden wall or near a patio, each wine-inspired wall hanging can easily withstand year-round weather conditions. Over time the bottle and cork art will become more beautiful and intriguing as the wood patinas and ages. When hung inside, the vino and cuisine appeal combined with the warmth and texture of the natural cedar will be a fascinating image for any entryway, kitchen, breakfast nook, dining room or entertainment space.
The process begins with specially milled Western Red Cedar that is kiln-dried to prevent cracking and warping. Using an exclusive process, semi-translucent, all-weather, UV-safe, full-color inks are sprayed directly into the wood grain. The result is an eye-catching interplay of texture, color and pattern between the natural wood and the photo image. Each paneled wall art is crafted by artisans in Portland, Oregon.
• Handcrafted Gizaun Art™ Wine Bottle And Corkscrew Indoor/Outdoor Wooden Wall Art • Features a photo image of a metal corkscrew opening a bottle of wine • Created from specially milled natural red cedar planks and photo imagery • Vino-inspired art showcases interplay of natural
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