The artwork These Woods Were Trees I, by Ryan Frank
These Woods Were Trees I
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    Ryan Frank

    These Woods Were Trees I

    Original Artwork

    Dimensions: Height 41 in. x Width 49 in.

    Medium: Birch, plywood, pine, oak, poplar, mahogany, cedar, sapele and douglas fir

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    Ryan Frank

    Ryan Frank

    Born in Sacramento, CA / Works in Brooklyn, NY

    Ryan Frank is a visual artist and woodworker based in Brooklyn, NY. He’s had solo exhibitions at the Invisible Dog Art Center, the Mattatuck Museum, the Children’s Museum of the Arts, Tremaine Gallery and Icehouse Project Space. In 2015 his mobile installation A Wandering Sukkah toured throughout New York City to much acclaim, stopping at venues including the Queens Museum and Bronx Museum. In addition to his art practice Ryan is an ardent runner and practitioner of Tai Chi.

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