What have I done?
Nov 16, - This Pin was discovered by Muhammad Baraa Al-Jundi. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Nov 05, Future Trees in the Fall, 50" x50", (c) Alison Jardine This is a continuation of my exploration of the meaning of trees.
This painting looks to my future. This painting is available at my website, bushfelling.barws: These are my earliest series of paintings, from I used colors, light and composition to explore my own sense of wilderness, the environment we live in, people in my life and my sense of self. In this series, I began using the idea of the ‘pixel’ as a ubiquitous intermediary between our society and. Jul 07, Award Winner. Prize-winning Beginnings: The image on the left, Trees Squared (56″ x 56″ oil on canvas) was the first in my Geometric Trees series, that I completed about this time last bushfelling.bar a way, this painting began my professional life as a full-time artist.
It was the winning painting in the Art of Elan competition, in Dallas, which offereddollar prize, plus a six-month free. Alison Jardine, visual artist, writes frequently about her life as an artist, inspiration and creativity.
I also began a new work, an exploration of my beloved trees with the vibrant, moving Fall air rushing through the leaves. The energy of the bark is more fluid, faster, like a Japanese ink drawing. View the profiles of people named Alison Jardine. Join Facebook to connect with Alison Jardine and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power. Oct 17, Lillian here, delighted to once again host OLN. Here in Boston, we are inundated with tour buses on fall foliage tours.
Our trees are slowly changing into their can-can skirts so they can cavort with their bright colors! In October, stores display Halloween decorations and they alway make me chuckle. Halloween was a favorite holiday.