Moulton Chute | Mormon Row Cattle Chute

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Moulton Cattle Chute

What is better in the rustic wilderness of Wyoming than a 1930's rustic cattle chute and the Grand Tetons?   Taken at the John Moulton Barn in Antelope Flats, Mormon Row, Wyoming, this mix of wood and nature provides interest, rustic, history and nature all into one piece of fine art.   

I am a huge fan of the Mormon Row barn pictures, however for some reason, this rustic corral and chute captures my attention.   Maybe because it's unique, and speaks of the years of hard work.  How many times was this cattle chute used?  What stories could this fence and chute tell?   This art brings your imagination to life and allows you to interpret your own stories of life and struggles in Wyoming.    

This extra large art would compliment any room of a house or office.  This art, titled Moulton Chute, is part of the Rustic Charm collection.   

This art draws you in as you as you reflect on the life of the families that worked the fields, tended the herd and raised their families at the base of the Grand Tetons.

You can read more about the history of the John Moulton homestead here and on Jerry Moulton's (grandson of TA (Alma) Moulton) website.  

ART FEATURES:

  • Nature's Beauty: This piece captures the beautiful Grand Teton thru the view of the Moulton cattle chute at Mormon Row.   Rustic and nature .... all in one!  

  • History: This piece features an early 1900's cattle chute in a beautiful setting.   Check out more on the Moulton family in a blog by Jerry Mouton.   www.MormonRow.Com    

  • Experience:  I love old barns, anything rustic.   I think it's from growing up near my Grandparents with their 1930's barn.   I was always in awe of that and wondered the famous..... if walls could talk.   The same applies to this rustic cattle chute.   Can't you just imagine what the farmers said on good (and bad) days?    The partnership, the camaraderie, the bonding, the.... fun and frustration that has happened in that cattle pen and chute.   Hope you enjoy this picture as much as I do.   I think it's a perfect combination of history and nature.   Here are a few more pieces from the Mormon Row/Wyoming collection.

Materials

All large art pieces are museum quality fine art pieces using the highest quality printing materials including TruLife AcrylicChromaluxe MetalDiBond Brushed Metal and Canvas.   

The acrylic blocks have also gone thru the same scrutiny. Selecting the best high-quality acrylic.

Many art pieces are available in different mediums and sizes and can be customized for you. These are quoted upon request.

TruLife ACRYLIC PRINT:This signed art is printed on archive high quality photo paperand then attached to the back of a crystal clear 1/8 inch TruLife non-reflective acrylic - giving the print a richer, deeper-than-glass effect.   Museum mounted, allowing the art to hang directly on the wall and appear that it is floating - no frame needed.   This is a very modern and contemporary way to display the art.  

DIBOND BRUSHED METAL PRINT:  Brushed aluminum prints that add amazing depth to your fine art.  The print takes on a different texture as the art is printed on the brushed metal and for areas that are true white - reveals the brushed metal surface.   UV printing technology.  The art will take on almost a 3D effect.   Museum mounted, allowing the art to hang directly on the wall and appear that it is floating. No frame needed. 

CHROMALUXE METAL PRINT:     With exceptional clarity, color vibrancy and detail showcased on white HIGH GLOSS METAL.  ChromaLuxe is longer-lasting, scratch-resistant and abrasion resistant.   It has a stronger resistance to fading and yellowing. It comes museum mounted and ready to hang on the wall.   No frame needed.

CANVAS PRINT: Printed on semi-gloss canvas with a finish that provides a sheen for a clean crisp piece of art.   Premium archival-rated canvas.  Wrapped on a 1 1/2 inch edge depth wooden frame. The canvas is wrapped using a technique features a raised bevel so the canvas floats and doesn't rest on the frame itself.  (Similar to skin on a drum.) Frame not needed

ACRYLIC BLOCK:  The acrylic blocks feature the photo face-mounted to 1 inch thick plexiglass with hand polished crystal-clear edges. This is a smaller art piece that you can display on a shelf, mantle, desk or any other flat surface.   NOTE:  These DO NOT have any hanging mechanism.    

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Shipping

Shipping to the continental US is included in the price of the art, unless otherwise stated.

All of the art is ordered specifically for you!  Once payment is received there is about a 3 week turn-around on the items to be printed as this is considered a special order.  The process to put the art on acrylic is quite elaborate and time consuming - but well worth the wait!  

Outside of the continental US, email me for a custom quote.

Please allow up to 3 weeks for production time and 2 weeks for delivery.

For those close to Northwest Arkansas (or want to visit!), local pickup and delivery is also an option - and items can be purchased from the gallery walls.

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Care Instructions

TruLife ACRYLIC PRINT:  TruLife Acrylic cleans like glass. It is scratch resistant but NOT scratch proof!   Wipe down the acrylic with a microfiber cloth. Spray acrylic with plastic cleaner (do not use harsh chemicals like ammonia or alcohol-based cleaners). Any gentle monitor or glass cleaner will work. Wipe off acrylic with a microfiber cloth. Make sure that the surface is wiped dry to prevent streaks. (Do NOT use paper towels, as they may scratch the acrylic.). Just wipe with any non-amonia/non-alcohol cleaner (Windex) using a non-abrasive microfiber cloth.

DiBond Brushed Metal: These prints offer unsurpassed durability with UV-cured ink. They are very durable. However, it is best to use a microfiber cloth when cleaning them to avoid scratching the surface. You can clean it with any mild cleaning product or soapy water. (They will scratch so don't pick at any spot!) Air dry.

Canvas: In order to maintain the art's original vividness you should avoid long-term exposure to sunlight, and avoid hot and humid areas. You can dust the canvas regularly, but make sure not to use any chemicals.

FAQ

Q: Do you offer other sizes of the art?
A: YES! Most of the pieces are customizable. In many of the pieces, it helps to keep the same proportions. 3:2 etc.

Q: What is LE or LTD EDN?
A: That is a piece of art that is selected to be a LIMITED EDITION print. It will only be printed a specific number of times. It will have a number assigned to the piece as well.

Q: Is a frame included?
A: No, the frame is not included.

Q: Is this a digital download?
A: No, this is a physical piece of art that will be shipped to you.

Q: I can't find the answer to my question.
A: Here is another link to more product description information. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION INFO or you can CONTACT ME.

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