Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, near Bishop, California
A six-hour single-exposure 10pm - 4pm
Robert Kawika Sheer: The Yoda Tree was named by the tree-ring scientists at the University of Arizona in honor of the oldest character in that galaxy far, far away (who knew scientists liked Star Wars?!). The tree is located in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in California. An extra-large version of this artwork is on permanent display at the Bryant Bannister Tree-Ring Building on the UofA campus in Tucson, Arizona.
Framing options are available at an additional cost. Please call 310.398-1899 to inquire. International shipping is only available if you call us to place an order.