In some cases I sit underneath this young Oak tree for shade from the midsummer solar. Third variation took me close to 1 and a fifty percent several hours to create.
I am quite happy with this 3rd version. To start with model, unsigned, second draft, is a Digital Artwork. In terms of high quality I would be glad to incorporate this as a Restricted Edition print.
A new poem inspired from these Cluster Oak Leaf artworks:
“Bind on your own to the Twig,
Breathe your roots to the Fig,
Cluster Leaves to the Vine,
Sing your Way, chic.
Dance your life to Peace,
Enable beration cease,
Liberate wheated sheaf,
Happily half to Fulfill.
Tune your heart,
To Waterfalls defeat,
Come across the Adore you find,
Whence excellent you shall hold.”
– by Matt The Unfathomable Artist – Copyright © 26th July 2022.
I really like “Cluster of Oak Leaves in Hayfield Meadow – 1st model – Digital Artwork Version only” [20th July 2022] and would happily make restricted print editions. Personally I believe that, must I at any time do so, formal authenticated Print Editions of 1st Version will turn out to be as worthwhile as the canvas Third Version..
.. by cause that my Very first Version is irreparably destroyed. The first and next variations are both equally canvas, unsigned partly-incomplete works. However, I would personally indication the To start with Version Restricted Print Editions.
The 2nd model is a fast analyze only, I was not happy with its proportion:
Eventually, here is the primary photograph for this sequence of artworks/reports:
For photographers viewing this picture – F1.9 1/313s 3.60mm ISO 40 from my smartphone digital camera. Wonderful depth of field, with great macro detail.
Interestingly, I built the ‘lower stalk’ section of the composition for the third model (underneath the leaves, mid-lowest centre in the photographic picture). In truth, the two foremost least expensive leaves you see are actually at the incredibly end of its department. The department by itself is at the mid-upper-centre of the graphic, vertically represented.
To my understanding this is a young Quercas Robur [English Oak], about some twelve to fifteen toes tall. Its tree trunk is not even to that of a mature elephant, I need to say. Very in distinction to its mighty James I IV Oak in close by field proximity, hyperlink to images of the latter, greater Oak listed here Conservation – Neighborhood Mother nature Reserve.