Tree of Life: Archival Fine Art Giclée Print

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Tree of Life: Archival Fine Art Giclée Print

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This piece was created while I was lucky enough to spend time with a group of phenomenal women in a quiet setting in nature, away from the demands of everyday life. In this painting, the leaves of a cotton wood tree mimic the ripples in water. The ripples create a living pattern simulating the unique flickering rhythm of light infused cottonwood leaves in the wind. The cottonwood tree is a tree that is naturally infused with water, saturated with this life-giving element. The fork in the tree shows duality, the balance of masculine and feminine, a concept I am fascinated with being female with a male twin. Water is also binary: positive and negative polarities are what make it able to interact so easily with other molecules.  The balance of the masculine and feminine are further signified by the hour glass form from the ground to the sky, with cool colors moving up from the earth and warm colors flickering down from the sky, warm and cool, masculine and feminine, merging in the tree itself. 

Paper prints are on Photo Rag Bright White Paper, a smooth very bright, 100% rag, acid free paper with a weight of 310 gsm. Paper prints have a 1" white border and can be framed without a matt. Allow for 1 week for printing and shipping. Prints are created in a small print shop in Portland, Oregon. Going local takes a little more time, but I believe in supporting our local economy!

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Water Color on Paper

7x10"

2017

This piece was created while I was lucky enough to spend time with a group of phenomenal women in a quiet setting in nature, away from the demands of everyday life. In this painting, the leaves of a cotton wood tree mimic the ripples in water. The ripples create a living pattern simulating the unique flickering rhythm of light infused cottonwood leaves in the wind. The cottonwood tree is a tree that is naturally infused with water, saturated with this life-giving element. The fork in the tree shows duality, the balance of masculine and feminine, a concept I am fascinated with being female with a male twin. Water is also binary: positive and negative polarities are what make it able to interact so easily with other molecules.  The balance of the masculine and feminine are further signified by the hour glass form from the ground to the sky, with cool colors moving up from the earth and warm colors flickering down from the sky, warm and cool, masculine and feminine, merging in the tree itself.