Artist Stephen Malkoff is proud to team up with the Auburn University Office of Alumni Affairs. Each time the print, The Historic Trees of Toomer's Corner is sold, a generous donation will be made to help fund student scholarships. Together we are preserving the memory of our historic oaks and providing a solid Auburn education to deserving students.
Southern Living named artist Stephen Malkoff "The Tree Man", for his detailed pencil renderings of famous trees. His work is featured in Country Living and Guidepost. Public Television filmed a one hour documentary on Stephen’s work, entitled Tree Lines: The Art of Stephen Malkoff. Stephen was the featured artist at Disney's Epcot flower and garden show. American Forest named Stephen the official artist for the national register of historic trees, and yes, Stephen Malkoff is an Auburn Man. Stephen studied architecture and played football under legendary coach Pat Dye. He is a proud member of the 1988 SEC Championship team.
"I've traveled the world drawing our nation’s famous and historic trees, but none mean more to me than our Historic Trees of Toomer’s corner".
Hand crafted in stunning detail each collectable print is signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Limited to only 5,000 prints and 100 gicleés. This work of art is destined to become a collectible. Do not miss out on this historic opportunity. Prints are limited and are going fast.
Prints are on 100% acid-free Strathmore paper. Museum-quality custom framing is also available. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.
16" x 25 1/2"
Triple Matted and Framed in Feather Gray and Tiger Orange and Blue.
Feather gray is the perfect mat to compliment graphite renderings; hangs perfect with warm and cool earthtones.
21" x 31"
The History of Toomer's Corner, Click Here.