Heart And Initials Carved Into The Trunk of a Tree Canvas Paintings for Sale
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Arborglyphs, dendroglyphs, silvaglyphs or modified cultural trees is the carving of shapes and symbols into the bark of living trees.
Carving names and initials into trees is a common practise among lovers; the carvings can last for decades, as a symbol of the permanence of the couple's love. This practise would appear to date back up to the Classical era, with Callimachus writing in his Aetia, "But graven on your bark may ye bear such writing as shall declare "Cydippe beautiful"." (fragment 73) It also appears in the Eclogues of Virgil: "Resolved am I in the woods, rather, with wild beasts to couch, and bear my doom, and character my love upon the tender tree-trunks: they will grow, and you, my love, grow with them." This carving was also practised in Renaissance England, as evidenced by the writings of William Shakespeare (in As You Like It, ) and John Evelyn (in Sylva, ).
Aspen carvings are arborglyphs made in the bark of aspen trees by shepherds, many of them Basque and Irish American, throughout the Western United States. They have been documented across northern California and in areas such as Boise, Idaho and Steamboat Springs, Colorado. A grove of aspens with Basque arborglyphs in the Steens Mountain region of southeastern Oregon have been designated as Oregon Heritage Trees. 
A project run by the USDA Forest Service in to record and study arborglyphs in the Fremont National Forest of Oregon is documented here.
Researchers in Boise, Idaho have also reportedly documented arborglyphs in their area.
In the West the preferred carving tree is the aspen, which has a lifespan of only about 85 years on average.
Arborglyph and Native America: Ancient Astronomers
The glyph on the "scorpion tree" viewed from Painted Rock in Carrizo Plain, California shows the counterclockwise rotation of stars around Polaris and appears to portray Ursa Major in relation to Polaris
Paleontologist Rex Saint Onge recognized that the tree was carved by Native Americans when he stumbled upon it in the fall of Located in a shady grove atop the Santa Lucia Mountains in San Luis Obispo County, the centuries-old gnarled oak had the image of a six-legged, lizard-like being meticulously scrawled into its trunk, the nearly three-foot-tall beast topped with a rectangular crown and two large spheres. "I was really the first one to come across it who understood that it was a Chumash motif," says Saint Onge, (displaying an ignorance of local Chumash knowledge which informed multiple people of this arborglyph, including Onge) and acting as an 'expert' by referring to the Native American Chumash Tribe who painted similar designs on rock formations from San Luis Obispo south through Santa Barbara and into Malibu.
He quickly learned that the constellation's placement during sunset could be used to tell the seasons and that the Chumash people also revered this astronomical relationship in their language and cosmology. "It's the third largest constellation in the sky and they saw it every single night for tens of thousands of years," says Saint Onge. "It was like the TV being stuck on the same channel playing the same show nonstop." It became increasingly obvious to Saint Onge that the arborglyph and related cave paintings weren't just the work of wild-eyed, drug-induced shamans — which has been a leading theory for decades — but that the ancient images were deliberate studies of the stars and served as integral components of the Chumash people's annual calendar. "This gives us an insight into what the indigenous people of Central California were doing," says Saint Onge, who published his theory last fall in the Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology. "It wasn't just the daily simpleton tasks of hunter-gatherers. They were actually monitoring the stars."
Further in "Time", Matt Kettman on Feb/ writes "Tree Carving in California: Ancient Astronomers" Saint Onge isn't the first to speculate that Chumash paintings might have astronomical implications. The anthropologist Travis Hudson did so back in the s with his book Crystals in the Sky, which combined his observations of rock art with the cultural data recorded nearly a century earlier by legendary ethnographer John P. Harrington.
In the Chatham Islands (Rēkohu) of New Zealand, the indigenous Moriori people practised the art of momori rakau, or tree carving.
The carvings depict Moriori karapuna (ancestors) and symbols of the natural world, such as patiki (flounder) and the hopo (albatross). During the late review 82 trees were found with carvings. Numbers of momori rakau have been steadily declining due to the age of the host trees, stock grazing, wind and in earlier years, people removing the carvings as souvenirs.
The best known examples of momori rakau are at JM Barker (Hapupu) National Historic Reserve, where the carvings and trees are protected by a fenced enclosure and the protection of being one of only two National Historic Reserves in New Zealand. The reserve was fenced in to provide protection for the tree carvings from grazing stock and is now showing good recovery. Planning is underway between the Department of Conservation (DOC) and the Moriori people to secure a small portion of the reserve for contemporary Moriori carvers to begin a new generation of momori-rakau.
The dendroglyph ritual may be associated with death or remembrance. Many scholars over the years have tried to penetrate the reasons behind these incisions into the trunks of the kopi (karaka) trees and have not come up with explanations that satisfy everybody. The dendroglyphs cover a range of features, with many representing human figures and others clearly representative of birds, fish, plants and animals. The momori rakau are among the few visible remaining signs of Moriori culture from pre-European contact.
Damage to trees
Carving in the bark may damage the tree, by allowing insects or fungi to enter the tree interior, or by damaging the phloem (sugar transport tubes) under the bark.
- J. Mallea-Olaetxe, Speaking Through the Aspens: Basque Tree Carvings in California and Nevada, Reno: University of Nevada Press,
- James B. Dekorne, Aspen Art in the New Mexico Highlands, Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press,
- Matt Kettman Tree Carving in California: Ancient Astronomers in Time,
Printable Birch Tree Art Prints with Custom Carved Initials
After the Christmas decor comes down (the day after Christmas at my house!) it can be tricky to find the right seasonal decor what kind of winter decor is right for your style? and when can you add Valentines decor into the mix? Well, we have the perfect solution: this printable set is both beautiful and simple winter decor AND a perfect nod to Valentines Day since you can customize it to feature the ones you love with carved names on the trunk of the watercolor birch tree! But it is great as year round decor too!
Watercolor Carved Birch Tree Printable Set with Fillable Names and Initials
This birch tree printable set is a best-seller. The hand-drawn watercolor art is so easy to personalize! Perfect for year-round sentimental decor, a Valentines Day gift, a wedding gift, or decor for a bridal or baby shower.
Use the general lovey-dove printables alone, or make it a personalized gallery wall art set with the matching set of two popular custom fillable birch tree carving printables.
The printable bundle includes 4 printables:
1: A carved LOVE tree with a duo of love birds sitting in the tree (no official word on whether they are K-I-S-S-I-N-G 😉 in 810 size.
2: A simple 57 handlettered watercolor verse: Darling you are all I ever wanted love to be.
3: 810 size print with the quintessential symbol of love: carved initials inside a heart on a birch tree trunk.
Custom fillable fields mean that you can personalize this for yourself and your love or for a bride and groom, an anniversary gift, or parents at a baby shower!
And 4: a trio of hand-drawn birch trees (1114) where you can add up to 9 family members or childrens names carved on the tree trunks.
Again, these are custom fillable fields so this print is % personalized to your needs. (If you dont need all 9 fields, leave the extra fields blank and they wont show in the printed version.)
To personalize the prints,download the prints here in our Remodelaholic shop or by using the button below to add one or both sets to you cart. The lovebird and quote set are available at a special price (for a limited time) so be sure to grab both the watercolor print set and the fillable carving set and get decorating!
Once youve purchased and downloaded the files, youre just a couple of steps away from practically perfect printable decor. The lovebirds and lyrics are ready to print, no customization needed. To customize the carved birch trees, open the PDF file using Acrobat Reader on your computer (not in your web browser) and click in each of the blue text fields to add your text. For more information about customizing and printing custom fillable files like this, please see our shop FAQs here.
and then print.
We printed the smaller prints on a new printer from our partners at Canon: the compact and pretty (yes, a pretty printer!) Canon PIXMA TS and the larger 1114 print on the iP or you can scale it to fit on 11 letter paper, too, when you print.
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Each print has cut lines included, so for best results, print the 57 and 810 prints on standard 11 matte photo paper and the 1114 on 1117 paper and then use a craft knife and a metal ruler (like we used for the pennant calendar printable) to cut along the cut lines. Be sure to use a cutting mat underneath so you dont cut up your table!
You could mount these prints on boards like we did with these feather prints, hang them on an easy DIY memo board, or frame them youll need one 57, two 810, and one 1114 (or larger with a mat!) and I think these rustic wood frames we found are the perfect complement to the birch tree art prints. The frames are from Hobby Lobby, and there are similar barnwood frames available over on Amazon as well.
These make a great winter decoration grouped on a mantel or shelf why not add some real birch candles (or safety-conscious battery operated ones) or tealights? or hang the prints on the wall as part of a mini gallery collection, maybe even with one of the winter prints from our seasonal watercolor print set! You could add a large slice of real birch to the ensemble, or pinecones, evergreen sprigs, and a pom pom garland would also be great additions!
So, just grab the printable set here, and get to printing! Show off your pics by tagging us with #imaremodelaholic on social media, or share your pictures here. And dont forget to share and pin this!
Please note: a small portion of Mac users have reported that the custom font doesnt work correctly in the file they receive via email, even after opening it properly in stand-alone Adobe Reader. If this happens to you, please email us at [emailprotected]
Update from reader Brooke: I believe I have figured out what the issue is. Most Macs automatically open a PDF with a program called preview. I had to re download adobe reader and update it for it to show up. Now it is working perfectly. Hopefully this can help for any future Mac users. This is the link to download adobe reader, and to install updated versions —> https://get.adobe.com/reader/ Thank you, Brooke!
We are so happy to have partnered with Canon to bring you all some easy do at home printer projects to make your home beautiful or your life a little bit easier and happier. Please help us share the word about these fabulous projects by sharing on Pinterest or Facebook!
See more wintry and non-traditional Valentines Day decor and more free printables here:
Winter Wonderland watercolor snowflake wreath included in our 10 watercolor seasonal printable set here
simple farmhouse style family name monogram fillable printable
gold and blue LOVE printables plus more not-pink non-traditional Valentines Day printables
Free But First, Kisses Valentines Day Print
Printable set of 4 hand-drawn feathers + how to mount prints on a board and frame
Printable Hand-lettered Calendar
Easy Farmhouse Painted Signs + Free Printable Templates
This post was first published on Remodelaholic 1/27/ Last updated 3/20/
Filed Under: *Our Projects, Art, Decorate, Family, Printable, WinterTagged: art print, Canon, free printable, Free Printable Art Collection, printables
Cassity started Remodelaholic with her husband, Justin, to share their love for knocking out walls together. She is an interior designer, wife, and mother of two. She and Justin have remodeled three homes from top to bottom and are working on their fourth. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.
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