Our lake art depicts the incredible topography of the deepest lake in the United States. Located in a caldera over 2,100 feet deep, Native Americans witnessed the formation of Crater Lake roughly 7,700 years ago after a volcano in Mount Mazama erupted and collapsed. Unlike traditional lakes, Crater Lake's water level is raised and lowered solely by rain, snow, and evaporation.
Our topographical lake art begins with a bathymetric chart to understand the depth of the lake’s water. A designer then creates individual laser cuttings out of Baltic birch and glues them on top of one another to showcase the dimension and beauty you see. The wood of the water is hand-stained, and points of interest are engraved into the surface of the wood. A custom wood frame and ultra-transparent piece of acrylic finish off the lake art.
|Dimensions:||16" x 20"|
|Material:||Baltic Birch wood & Plexiglass|
|Features:||3D underwater topographic map (bathymetric chart) | Layered laser cut natural Baltic Birch wood | Carved relief of nautical terrain | Wooden chart work of art that will enhance any décor | Locations etched & highlighted with special technique | Color may|
|Care:||Damp cloth wipe, do not use chemicals or detergents|