As horticulturalists battled to keep the trees alive Malkoff began to artistically document the trees which serve as an entrance way to the university. Tradition has it that the trees are covered in toilet paper when the Auburn Tigers win a football game. Today, our trees are no longer with us, but the memories they provided will remain in the hearts of the Auburn Family forever. Hand crafted in exquisite detail each print is signed and numbered by the artist. Limited to only 5,000 prints and 100 giclées, this work of art will no doubt become a collectible as has previous Stephen Malkoff art. A portion of the proceeds will go to restore and protect our historic trees throughout the U.S. Nationally recognized nature artist Stephen Malkoff of Enterprise, Alabama is featured in Southern Living, Country Living and Guidepost magazines. He is one of the only living artists to have work permanently displayed in the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens. Available only as framed print.
Framed and matted photo with or without coins measures approximately 33 1/2 x 25 1/2 and is available in classic walnut or dark mahogany.
All Auburn Art framed pieces are custom framed, ensuring your piece is crafted to your specifications. Please allow additional time to receive your piece.