Ever-changing, formed yet formless, clouds have been studied by artists for centuries. Pointing his camera skyward, artist Edward Asher freezes a cloud bank in time, inviting contemplation of the mysterious ways in which water vapor takes shape in our skies. Through a revolutionary new process, Asher's original photograph has been printed directly onto the reflective surface of brushed aluminum, enlivening the image even more when viewed under track lighting or natural light. This dynamic print is cleanly framed in beautifully grained wood with an ebony finish. Artist: Edward Asher. Inkjet print on brushed aluminum dibond composite panel. Solid wood frame with espresso finish. Glass. Sawtooth hanger; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in USA.