Description This historic White Oak stand, sits within the Fort Vancouver National Historic Park grounds. It's life is in question as it is suffering from a fungus which may well take it into photographic history alone. Surviving some 175 years, it has recently lost it's first trunk. Another is sure to follow and perhaps all. Well the fear we all faced is now a reality. The Grand Oak is now a part of History. It has been cut down. So this Print is now a legacy of an Oak which survived many Presidents and Generals. Displaying this print marks a significant memory to many from around the world whom have visited this grand White Oak, in Vancouver WA.
Rich Collins, Washington State Member Since January 2007 Artist Statement
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