© Atala Dorothy Toy
The Maestro of Tanglewood shows the aquiline features of a great conductor, as this evergreen tree experienced him. The tree lives next to the Great Lawn of the famous outdoor music festival. This is a Limited Edition art print.
This art photograph has been released in the following sizes and editions. Please contact me if you have needs of a different size print:
Photo: 7.5 x 10 inches | Paper: 8.5 x 11 inches | mat: 11×14 inches | edition: 50
Photo: 12.75 x 18.75 inches | Paper: 13 x 19 inches | mat: 18 x 24 inches | edition: 50 + 2AP
Cards: 7 x 10 inches folded with envelope | open edition
Tanglewood is one of the country’s premier outdoor music festivals and began in the 1930s through the vision of conductor Henry Kimball Hadley and the support of benefactor Gertrude Robinson Smith.
This tree was inspired by the dreams of Hadley and Smith and manifested and grounded in its own body their aspirational energy. The tree was a partner in the grounding of the dream.
You can see, in my collage to left, how accurately the tree manifested the energies of the two founders.
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This is a limited edition art photograph and is available only until its designated run length is reached.
I handprint each photograph myself, using archival-quality ink on 60 lb 10 mil thick acid free archival-quality matte paper. The image is signed and numbered on the back and arrives with its own uniquely numbered Certificate of Authenticity. The digital watermark visible on the internet view of this piece is not present on the print itself.
The photographs are set in thick quality buffered–pH Neutral matting. The 5×7 cards with envelopes are open editions, also printed with archival-quality inks on archival-quality paper.
I offer free shipping within the United States. The photos are shipped taped to their mat, between two mat board backings, inside a custom-size heavy cardboard envelope/sleeve.
Contact me by email – email@example.com – for shipping to other countries.