The beloved image of a male cardinal is captured in this Handcrafted Red Cardinal Wood Wall Art by Gizaun Art™. This nature-inspired piece starts as an original watercolor painted by nationally recognized artist Dean Crouser. The vibrant image features a male cardinal perched on a delicate winterberry branch. Blending high-tech imagery with nature-inspired elements, Crouser's original artwork is digitized and sprayed directly into four individual, kiln-dried Western Red Cedar boards using all-weather, UV-protected inks. Due to the ink's translucent nature, the grains and knots of the natural wood peek through the image. The three boards are secured together using two cedar strips that run horizontally along the backside, at the top and bottom, of the piece. Developed and created in the USA, Gizaun (pronounced GEE-Zawn) Art is safe for indoor and outdoor use. Hung outside on a deck, porch or garden wall, this red bird wall décor is extremely weather durable. Over time, this piece will become more intriguing as the wood boards age. When hung inside, the cardinal's elegance and the earthy smell of cedar will be a welcome addition to any sunroom, kitchen, living room or library. A delightful gift for anyone who loves bird watching, feeding backyard birds, or collecting cardinal ornaments. Hanging hardware is included.
• Gizaun Art Male Cardinal Wall Décor • Watercolor image by Dean Crouser of a red cardinal • UV-safe translucent inks on three Western Red Cedar panels • Indoor or outdoor use • Handcrafted in the USA
Dimensions 16"W x 24"H
Shipping Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Cannot ship to a PO Box. Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.
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