This isn’t the first time I’m trying to explain the notion that my “4-Seasons’ Tree” pictures are the same as my farming, vegetable- and apple growing.
And it isn’t the first time I spend more time chewing on my pencil (before switching to the keyboard with the meagre end product) – looking out the window…
And it’s true. Both are attempts at becoming and being part of what is outside that window: the sky with its clouds, hedgerows and fields, the dark spruce grove, garden, apple trees and the ground they all grow in. Attempts at overcoming to an extent the separation from it in my Human Condition and somewhat increasing the fertility of the (my) Human place in it – to use a horticultural expression.
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Amazing work, I love it. Do you make prints for sale?
The originals are certainly for sale – most of them – but I can get prints made. Are you interested in a, or any, particular ones?