"When you draw or paint a tree, you do not imitate the tree;
you do not copy it exactly as it is, which would be mere photography. To be free to paint a tree  you have to feel what it conveys to you: the significance, the meaning of it. "


- Krishnamurti

Brush loaded with ink. My eyes closed. Silence.  A mystical ritual to connect with mother nature. Big gestural marks, slow and fast, to retrace from my memories the intricacy and the free dance of the branches. One colour to reveal the nature, the essence of a tree.  

Papaya
Papaya

Ink and Pastel on 100% cotton paper 40x50cm

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Tabebuia Aurea
Tabebuia Aurea

IInk and Pastel on 100% cotton paper 40x50cm

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Smoketree
Smoketree

Ink and Pastel on 100% cotton paper 40x50cm

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Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus

Ink and Pastel on 100% cotton paper 40x50cm

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Japanese Maple
Japanese Maple

Ink and Pastel on 100% cotton paper 40x50cm

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Lemon
Lemon

Ink and Pastel on 100% cotton paper 40x50cm

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Crabapple
Crabapple

Ink and Pastel on 100% cotton paper 40x50cm

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Wisteria
Wisteria

Ink and Pastel on 100% cotton paper 40x50cm

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Mayhaw
Mayhaw

Ink and Pastel on 100% cotton paper 40x50cm

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