Were origonally watercolour paper and watercolour paint with pen and ink trees. But could use as inspiration for an art lesson - tissue paper? Not tried yet so you on your own, folks.

Were origonally watercolour paper and watercolour paint with pen and ink trees. But could use as inspiration for an art lesson - tissue paper? -- Could use as a bookmark

I will never be able to fully grasp the majesty of trees. Their ability to communicate to us in these subtle and beautiful ways//

An entry from Maja

Family Tree, graphite and colored pencil on paper by Rebecca Clark--- similar but with mountains and wildflowers and trees.

Kurt Jackson: Chestnuts fall into the ferns below. October 2014 Campden Gallery.

Kurt Jackson: Chestnuts fall into the ferns below. I particular like the natural take on the piece with the heavy emphasis on the green and brown tones to create a more natural and serene response to the piece.

'Woodland Reflections'  painted by Ann Blockley featured in 'Experimental Landscapes in Watercolour '

'Woodland Reflections' painted by Ann Blockley featured in 'Experimental Landscapes in Watercolour '

Hannah Lamb: Woodland Cyanotypes

Last weekend I went to Hirst Wood to make some large-scale cyanotypes on textiles. I enjoyed working on a larger pieces although I still tri.

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