Artist's description:

While searching for some gigantic red fir trees seen from the road, Claire found she had to cross private land owned by a sawmill to get to them. As no one was around she began to quickly record the woodland she was in as the autumn colours were vivid that day and glowed in the blue English light. A track ran through the woods lined by firs and birch trees which faded into the distance. A Kite circled overhead in the pinkish sky.

There is now a series of six drawings made plein air. Trespassing For Art VI is a drawing on painted paper made using pastel pencils, coloured pencils and graphite. The underlying vermillion acrylic paint breaks through the textured pastels which remain unblended and raw.
Claire was inspired to focus on the colours of the firs which lined a track leading through the woods. The colour of the blue needles intensified against the pale sky creating an aura around their silhouette.
Professionally framed.

Materials used:

pastel, pencil, acrylic

Trespassing For Art VI (2018)


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This artwork is sold by Claire Cansick from United Kingdom

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