Trees

Reduction monotype of tree and roots on hillside.
Hillside

Hillside is a reduction monotype, made by rolling two colors side by side on a long, narrow plexi plate.  The trees and roots were revealed by wiping ink away.

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Four Blue Apple Trees is a brush and bamboo pen drawing, now in the collection of The Guesthouse at Field Farm, in Williamstown, MA.

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Three Graces is another brush and pen rendering of the wonderful apple trees at Field Farm.

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Ancient Apple Tree, a brush and ink painting, was made using walnut ink.

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Turquoise Apple Trees, Field Farm

Turquoise Apple Trees, Field Farm is one of a series of experimental drypoint prints.  This one was made by the plate being inked entirely with a water-soluble artists crayon.  It was subsequently dipped in a water bath to give a more painterly effect.

watercolor of ivy-covered trees on Pochet Road in E. Orleans
Pochet Road Trees

This watercolor was done on a snowy winters day in East Orleans.  The trees and ground were covered with English ivy, giving the landscape a green and white aspect.

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Cherry Tree, East Orleans

One of a series of collagraphs depicting a venerable cherry tree in East Orleans, this print was created using a silhouette cut from Yupo that was then painted with watercolors, applied to an acrylic plate and then run through the press.