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Peter Lik Release, “Tree of Hope” Sold Out in 72 Hours
72 hours after it's limited release, Tree of Hope sold out. The public unveiling of Tree of Hope is scheduled for September 25. Acclaimed landscape photographer Peter Lik will also debut 21 new pieces on September 25 along with Tree of Hope.
By: LIK USA
To capture Tree of Hope, Lik travelled to an island off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina to shoot what is thought to be the oldest living thing east of the Rocky Mountains. Estimated to be 1,500 years old, the Tree of Hope towers over 65 feet high with a canopy that spans over 17,000 square feet. The tree predates Christopher Columbus' voyage to North America. It has come to be known as a symbol of strength and resiliency in the face of adversity having survived countless hurricanes, floods and earthquakes.
In addition to the Tree of Hope release on September 25, a collection of 21 new pieces, the Peter Lik Fall 2010 Collection, will also debut. For additional information please email email@example.com or call 702.307.6393.
Master landscape photographer Peter Lik is celebrated worldwide for his ability to capture nature’s exquisite sanctuaries in rare and fleeting moments. Timeless images such as Ghost, Angel’s Heart, Pele’s Whisper, and Tree of Life deem his body of work as more of a Fine Art experience rather than conventional photography. Lik Galleries presently span the globe with locations from his native land of Australia to New York City, with plans to continue expanding.
Lik’s historical journey as a critically acclaimed artist has titled him the most awarded photographer of our time. His vigor for life and awe-inspiring talent lend him the canvas to bring his all-encompassing, larger than life personality and passion to television as the host of his own action adventure reality show produced by NBC and Peacock Productions. The show is scheduled to air in early 2011. LIK USA’s corporate offices and four galleries are located in the Las Vegas valley. For additional information about the artist and gallery locations, visit www.peterlik.com