ARTmonday: Winter Trees

Back in April, I published ARTmonday: 22 Trees.  When I realized I kept noticing artwork with trees, I decided to feature more wintry subjects. And since we got our first big snow in Boston, now’s the perfect time.

Trees are really great if you’re working with a large space. Landscape murals or digitally printed oversize canvases can make a big impact, especially in a spare space.  The icicles hanging from the birch tree in your backyard could look great blown up. Ocean waves for that matter also look cool; very relaxing.

Ikea carries an oversize ocean wave canvas print that my friend Deb, who’s an architect, hung in her Florida condo; it has a funky South Beach effect. I may be getting off track… here are beautiful winter tree artworks that might instill some appreciation of nature and colder temps. Perhaps they’ll inspire you? 

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Frozen Sky, Philippe Saint-Laudy

Snow Covered Pond By Gregory Hennen

Snow Covered Pond, Wyatt Mt. PondGregory Hennen

Courtesy Kenise Barnes Fine Art

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Belmont Harbor Tree II, Chicago, Daniel Seung Lee

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Elviage Pearl, Jennifer Squires

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Alone In the Forest, Robert Farkas/Deny Designs

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Robin Trees, Sandra Dieckmann

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4 Responses to ARTmonday: Winter Trees

  1. What a lovely collection of images. There is nothing that shows us “winter” the way a tree can.

  2. Marcie

    My favorite pieces are when the still, beauty of winter trees are captured in tonal greys and whites, occasionally enhanced by the subtle blues of the shadows or the deep, velvety blue of a night sky with the tiniest pop of warmth.

  3. I’m honoured to be part of such a great collection! How fantastic is that fox?! And I love the texture of Les Petite Choses.

    • Hi Jennifer, So glad you like it, and that you found it! I love the piece you did. They’re all so still and helps me appreciate winter. In December. Now though, in March, not so much! Perhaps I need to meditate on your artwork!

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