All art is printed and handmade on demand so please allow 2-3 weeks for production and delivery.
The 19th-century Mormon migration which began in 1846 in Illinois, then traveled through Iowa and Nebraska and eventually to a leading the LDS Pioneers to a place of refuge in the Rocky Mountains, was one of the most remarkable episodes in the history of the United States’ great western migration. Under Brigham Young's direction, an estimated 70,000 Latter-day Saints made the difficult journey to Utah from 1847 until the transcontinental railroad was completed in 1869.
Stratascapes are dimensional artwork individually cut from wood and assembled by hand. These unique pieces are beautifully framed in high quality shadow boxes and are numbered and signed by the artist, Eric Dowdle.
Watch the Dowdle Stratascape video for an intimate look at the craftsmanship found in each Stratascape.
High Quality Shadow Box Frame
Signed & Numbered
Cut From WOOD AND ASSEMBLED BY HAND
Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery as all stratascapes are custom prepared upon demand. Each stratascape is specially packaged and shipped with care.