NCH adds Keith Dotson's textured photograph of a cracked old tree to the walls of their Texas headquarters
I'm thrilled to announce that NCH Corporation has added another set of my photographs to their interior decor, or — to be more precise — it's one photograph divided into four sections.
See my related post: "Keith Dotson tree photographs chosen for NCH Corporation headquarters in Texas"
This is the fourth of my photographs now displayed on the walls of Texas-based NCH, a global company with 8,500 employees on six continents. Click here to see my other images acquired by NCH.
Much gratitude to Sue Herrington of RSP Architects, who managed the project and generously supplied the onsite image of the final framed prints.
About my "Map of Time" photograph
"Map of Time" portrays the rings of a dried and cracked old tree that had been felled years ago. The tree was lying along a hiking path in the shadow of Mesa Verde in Colorado, just a few yards away from the ruins of ancient cliff dwellings. I called it "map of time" because it somewhat resembles a map, but also because it maps the history of the life of the tree, and of course, it's from an ancient place where human presence can be measured in eons.
About the final prints
The NCH "Map of Time" prints are each framed to 48-inches square, printed with archival pigment prints on 100-percent cotton paper manufactured by the 435-year-old German paper company Hahnemühle. With proper conditions, they could potentially last for several hundred years with no visible signs of fading.
Buy a fine art print of 'Map of Time'
Your print with be a single print, not divided into quarters like the one from NCH. Click the photograph to learn more or to buy a print.
Map of Time, a black and white photograph by Keith Dotson. Click to buy a print.