Eagle and Arbutus Tree Burled Framed Wall Piece


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Arbutus, or Pacific Madrone, are magnificent trees that grow along the west coast of British Columbia and south along the coast of North America.  This unique piece is handcrafted from local arbutus that has fallen during its natural cycle and is collected respectfully by the artist while hiking. The design for each piece comes to life as it is cut free-hand on a scroll saw, making every piece an original.

Mounted and matted in an open, wood framed shadow box, this piece measures 6.5 x 8.5″.

The Royal Museum Shop is operated by the Royal BC Museum Foundation. All proceeds from the sale of merchandise go directly towards supporting the many fine programs and special events at the Royal BC Museum.

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The BC Coast has been home for Rowan Walton since birth. With its endless abundance & beauty it has inspired his life process. From the early days of working as a shop teacher, living in the Arctic & travelling, he is a father and full-time, self taught artist.  He now lives and works between Gabriola Island and Victoria BC.



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