"Never say there is nothing beautiful in the world anymore. There is always something to make you wonder, in the shape of a tree, the trembling of a leaf." Albert Schweitzer
By shedding their leaves, trees begin their dedicated task of 'decluttering' and Autumn offers a fresh opportunity to see the world anew. The joy of a walk amongst falling leaves, kicking through their papery piles is sensuously evocative. Their subtle hues and swirling patterns are a perennial inspiration for artists and Georgia Hurst seems to choreograph their dance. Peter Rodulfo imagines a meditative, glowing blue observer, whose face is lit up as if constructed from numerous leaf skeletons. Gail Altschuler and Paul Lane explore the decorative potential of leaf patterns while Moira Clinch rolls out a glowing yellow carpet of New England maple.
|56 by 56cm. (22.4' x 22.4') |
|Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee Print.|
|by Pete Kelly - more artworks, artist's CV|
|50 by 50cm. (20' x 20') |
|Digital Painting Using Corel Painter Sketch Pad & Adobe Photoshop (20x20 canvas print)|
|by Paul Lane - more artworks, artist's CV|