Leaf Lines

Leaves have an intricate structure and natural symmetry - a fragile beauty that is normally hidden & transient, like that of a snowflake, or a spiderweb.

In 1993, craftsman Booker Morey discovered the art of etching leaves. He removes the fabric of the leaf, revealing and retaining the intricate lacy interior. The leaves are hand-treated and infused with color to replicate nature's hues. Otherwise, they would turn brown over time. Then he arranges the leaves artistically and meticulously, placing them in a beautiful shadowbox frame, chosen for its quiet elegance and enhancement of the leaf's complex natural pattern.


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Aspen - 8x10

A real Aspen leaf arrangement. Each leaf is hand-treated to reveal its inner lacy design & then double matted...

Cottonwood - 11 x 14

A real Cottonwood leaf arrangement. Each leaf is hand-treated to reveal its inner lacy design & then double matted...

Cottonwood - 8x10

A real Cottonwood leaf arrangement. Each leaf is hand-treated to reveal its inner lacy design & then double matted...

Fullmoon Japanese Maple - 11x14

A real Fullmoon Japanese Maple Leaf arrangement. Each leaf is hand-treated to reveal its inner lacy design & then...

Sugar Maple - 11x14

A real Sugar Maple leaf arrangement. Each leaf is hand-treated to reveal its inner lacy design & then double...
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