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Sequoia No. 1 | Photography by Renee Torres. Item composed of paper
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Sequoia No. 1 | Photography by Renee Torres. Item composed of paper
Sequoia No. 1 | Photography by Renee Torres. Item composed of paper

Created and Sold by Renee Torres

Renee Torres

Sequoia No. 1 - Photography

Price $1,200

Creation: 3-4 weeks
Shipping: FedEx 5-7 days
Estimated Arrival: August 27, 2024
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Woman Owned

Made In USA

Locally Sourced

36H x 54W x 0.05D in
91.44H x 137.16W x 0.13D cm

Edition of 100.

Archival pigment print on Hahnemuehle FineArt Baryta Paper. This photo was taken in Sequoia National Park, in California. The Sequoia Redwoods featured here were shot in a secluded grove in the park.

I took a trip to shoot in the Sequoias last year on my birthday. I felt inspired after reading “The Hidden Life of Trees” by Peter Wohlleben. His findings are that the entire forest is a super organism and that it survives and thrives as one large mass. An ecosystem not based on the individual, but the totality of the forest family. The forest’s sophisticated existence struck me as a metaphor, with their saintly ways, they are truly “ambassadors from another time”. Roaming through the Sequoias that day, I was given a great gift of fog. The hike left me wet and cold but feeling very full.

Item Sequoia No. 1
Created by Renee Torres
As seen in Creator's Studio, Los Angeles, CA
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Renee Torres
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
Large Scale Photography

Raised in California equally between the Mojave Desert and the Bay Area, Renee Torres is a visual artist, designer, photographer, nature enthusiast , and owner of Mojave Art.

During the shelter-in-place mandates of 2020, Renee began to hone in the overall vision of Mojave Art, with a clear focus on supporting women designers and artists. She is currently expanding her own practice to incorporate surface design, and has begun research and development for a custom mural and wallpaper collection for Mojave Art.

Renee is a member of the Female Design Council, which is an organization dedicated to providing a strong professional community for women in the design industry.