Artist's description:

"Destroying rainforest for economic gain is like burning a Renaissance painting to cook a meal." E. O. Wilson

Artwork in this series joins the past with the present, nature resides with technology, and graphite does a graceful dance with collage. We are all a culmination of all our experiences and with Art I enjoy bringing it all into balance. Many of these pieces incorporate parts of older works joined with the new to culminate everything I have gained from a life in the arts up to today.

This piece was created on a professionally handcrafted birch wood panel and finished with two coats of satin varnish. It has been framed in a high quality floating faux pine wood frame, ready to hang.

Panel size alone: 24" X 36"
Framed size: 25.5" X 37.5"

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Materials used:

Watercolor, Collage, Pencil

Our Strange Relationship With Trees (2014)


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