Wayne Trinklein has spent over three decades developing his unique techniques in molded copper wire, tin, and lead to create each tree individually for its rocky setting. He often uses a special method of shaping metal at its "eutectic" point, an elusive state of heated metal when it can be worked like clay.
His tree sculptures can be found world-wide, from the desks of governors and executives, to the homes of many people who seek from nature an inspiration for their lives. It is the joy seen in their faces and heartfelt words, which encourage Wayne in his lifelong artistic professions a special method of shaping metal at its eutectic point, an elusive state of heated metal when it can be worked like clay.
A truly one-of-a-kind piece of art that will liven up any entryway, autumn dinner, lit shelf or mantle, this sculpture will transport you to a dreamy fall landscape amidst swirling leaves, open fields and a picturesque sunset.