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ARTmonday: 22 Trees

It’s true. The flowers are coming up, and blooming. But it’s the trees I’ve been appreciating. I love the pungent green buds this time of year, the small start of each leaf. Many of these tree artworks, I suppose. are somewhat wintry. Even so, let’s celebrate tree art today, for spring, renewal, and all that hopeful stuff.

David-Hockney-woods

David Hockney

Francisco-Rubio -trees

Francisco Rubio

Gerhard-Richter-tree-drawing

Gerhard Richter

green-pedestrian-crossing-jody-xiong

Jody Xiong, DDB China Group

Joe-Kievitt-tree-drawing

Joe Klevitt

junya-ishigami-trees-

Junya Ishigami

Baptiste-Vandaele

Baptiste Vandaele

tree-series-Myou-Ho-Lee

Myoung Ho Lee

tree-hiroshi-sugito

Hiroshi Sugito

tree-Casey-Roberts

Casey Roberts

Garden-Shadows-March-Avery

March Avery

Margo-Hoff-Edge-of-the-Forest

Margo Hoff

tree stick figures

Guy Field

Wolf-Kahn-Gray-Sky-Gray-Trees

Wolf Kahn

trees-Daniel-Lachenmeier

Daniel Lachenmeier

trees-Morimoto-Shouhei

Morimoto Shouhei

trees-National-Geographic-February-1976

National Geographic, February, 1976

trees, Lisa Congdon

Lisa Congdon

virginia-echeverria-whipple

Virginia Echeverria Whipple

ways-to-draw-trees

Eloise Renouf

tree-a-day-douglas-fir

Tree a Day

Woldgate-with-red trees-David-Hockney

David Hockney

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ARTmonday: 20 Illustrated Arrays, From Modern Chairs to Lady Gaga

I saw the first image here, So Many Trees, So Little Time by Eloise Renouf, on Pinterest today via my favorite art pinner, drawdrawdraw*, and was struck by it for a few reasons. First, the caption said, “ways to draw trees,” and I thought it would be helpful for my 10-year-old who struggles with all the illustrations he’s required to do for school. Second, once I focused in on it, I saw the obvious resemblance to Marimekko patterns; particularly Siirtolapuutarha (I bought that pillow cover in Finland in May). Finally, as I was trying to decide what to feature today, and came to the conclusion it should be child-centric, but not obviously so, I thought images in this vein would work. Simple drawings of items arrayed, some almost chart-like, all easily digestible, some child-like, others just decoratively geometric, and some sassy illustrations. I hope you like the mix.

So Many Trees, So Little Time, Eloise Renouf

Painted Pebbles 1, Garima Dhawan

Tents, Adam Simpson

Beach Hut, Julia Pott

28 Camera Drawings, Christine Berrie

Lady Gaga, Adrian Valencia

I Bought All of These, Kate Bingaman-Burt

Vixeramus

Modern Chairs, Ali Douglass
(I purchased this last night and am excited to hang it in the Delray condo.)

Là-haut, Marion Barraud

Donuts-No.3, Monster Gallery

Trees of the USA, Katie Holten

8 Bit Star Wars, Fitz Fitzpatrick

Christmas Calendar 2011, Hanna Konola

Terrariums, Alice Ferrow

Shape Study #2, Erin Wilson

Mini Arch Abstract, Melanie Mikecz

Ovals, Beth Hoeckel

Ashley Percival

Compositie, Bart van der Leck

See my Pinterest boards for more art I love:
Abstracts
Female Figures
Photography 
Sculptures & Installations 

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