From time to time I sit beneath this youthful Oak tree for shade from the midsummer sun. 3rd model took me roughly 1 and a 50 percent hours to create.
I am really content with this third edition. Initially model, unsigned, second draft, is a Digital Artwork. In phrases of quality I would be glad to involve this as a Restricted Version print.
A new poem influenced from these Cluster Oak Leaf artworks:
“Bind yourself to the Twig,
Breathe your roots to the Fig,
Cluster Leaves to the Vine,
Sing your Way, chic.
Dance your daily life to Peace,
Let beration stop,
Liberate wheated sheaf,
Happily half to Meet.
Tune your heart,
To Waterfalls conquer,
Locate the Really like you find,
Whence superior you shall maintain.”
– by Matt The Unfathomable Artist – Copyright © 26th July 2022.
I really like “Cluster of Oak Leaves in Hayfield Meadow – initially version – Digital Artwork Version only” [20th July 2022] and would happily make restricted print editions. Individually I feel, must I ever do so, formal authenticated Print Editions of 1st Edition will turn out to be as useful as the canvas 3rd Model..
.. by explanation that my Very first Model is irreparably ruined. The initially and 2nd versions are both canvas, unsigned partly-incomplete is effective. Having said that, I would personally indication the 1st Edition Minimal Print Editions.
The next edition is a speedy analyze only, I was not happy with its proportion:
Last but not least, below is the primary photograph for this sequence of artworks/scientific studies:
For photographers viewing this graphic – F1.9 1/313s 3.60mm ISO 40 from my smartphone digital camera. Pleasant depth of subject, with excellent macro element.
Interestingly, I manufactured the ‘lower stalk’ part of the composition for the third version (underneath the leaves, mid-most affordable centre in the photographic image). In truth, the two foremost least expensive leaves you see are essentially at the really finish of its department. The branch alone is at the mid-upper-centre of the picture, vertically represented.
To my knowledge this is a young Quercas Robur [English Oak], roughly some twelve to fifteen toes tall. Its tree trunk is not even to that of a mature elephant, I ought to say. Really in distinction to its mighty James I IV Oak in nearby industry proximity, url to photographs of the latter, larger sized Oak here Conservation – Area Character Reserve.