In some cases I sit underneath this younger Oak tree for shade from the midsummer sunlight. 3rd model took me close to one particular and a fifty percent hours to produce.
I am extremely pleased with this 3rd edition. Initial edition, unsigned, second draft, is a Digital Artwork. In phrases of good quality I would be glad to include this as a Limited Version print.
A new poem motivated from these Cluster Oak Leaf artworks:
“Bind by yourself to the Twig,
Breathe your roots to the Fig,
Cluster Leaves to the Vine,
Sing your Way, chic.
Dance your existence to Peace,
Permit beration stop,
Liberate wheated sheaf,
Fortunately fifty percent to Fulfill.
Tune your coronary heart,
To Waterfalls defeat,
Uncover the Enjoy you search for,
Whence good you shall continue to keep.”
– by Matt The Unfathomable Artist – Copyright © 26th July 2022.
I really like “Cluster of Oak Leaves in Hayfield Meadow – to start with version – Digital Artwork Edition only” [20th July 2022] and would fortunately make limited print editions. Individually I consider, should I at any time do so, official authenticated Print Editions of First Edition will develop into as important as the canvas 3rd Edition..
.. by explanation that my First Version is irreparably damaged. The initially and second versions are both canvas, unsigned partly-incomplete is effective. However, I would individually indicator the 1st Edition Constrained Print Editions.
The next model is a swift analyze only, I was not delighted with its proportion:
At last, here is the initial photograph for this sequence of artworks/reports:
For photographers viewing this impression – F1.9 1/313s 3.60mm ISO 40 from my smartphone digicam. Awesome depth of subject, with fantastic macro detail.
Apparently, I created the ‘lower stalk’ element of the composition for the 3rd variation (underneath the leaves, mid-lowest centre in the photographic image). In reality, the two foremost cheapest leaves you see are in fact at the pretty stop of its department. The department alone is at the mid-upper-centre of the impression, vertically represented.
To my expertise this is a young Quercas Robur [English Oak], around some twelve to fifteen ft tall. Its tree trunk is not even to that of a experienced elephant, I must say. Fairly in contrast to its mighty James I IV Oak in close by area proximity, website link to photos of the latter, larger sized Oak right here Conservation – Regional Nature Reserve.