Occasionally I sit underneath this younger Oak tree for shade from the midsummer sunlight. Third variation took me roughly one and a 50 % several hours to make.
I am really content with this 3rd edition. 1st edition, unsigned, second draft, is a Electronic Artwork. In terms of excellent I would be glad to incorporate this as a Constrained Version print.
A new poem impressed from these Cluster Oak Leaf artworks:
“Bind on your own to the Twig,
Breathe your roots to the Fig,
Cluster Leaves to the Vine,
Sing your Way, elegant.
Dance your daily life to Peace,
Allow beration stop,
Liberate wheated sheaf,
Fortunately 50 % to Fulfill.
Tune your heart,
To Waterfalls beat,
Locate the Enjoy you seek out,
Whence superior you shall keep.”
– by Matt The Unfathomable Artist – Copyright © 26th July 2022.
I genuinely like “Cluster of Oak Leaves in Hayfield Meadow – first variation – Electronic Artwork Version only” [20th July 2022] and would happily make restricted print editions. Personally I think, really should I ever do so, official authenticated Print Editions of Initially Edition will turn into as worthwhile as the canvas Third Version..
.. by explanation that my Initially Version is irreparably broken. The very first and 2nd variations are the two canvas, unsigned partly-incomplete is effective. Nonetheless, I would individually signal the Initially Variation Minimal Print Editions.
The 2nd model is a quick research only, I was not joyful with its proportion:
At last, below is the original photograph for this series of artworks/experiments:
For photographers viewing this picture – F1.9 1/313s 3.60mm ISO 40 from my smartphone digital camera. Nice depth of field, with great macro detail.
Interestingly, I made the ‘lower stalk’ section of the composition for the third model (under the leaves, mid-most affordable centre in the photographic picture). In truth, the two foremost most affordable leaves you see are basically at the extremely finish of its department. The branch by itself is at the mid-higher-centre of the image, vertically represented.
To my expertise this is a younger Quercas Robur [English Oak], about some twelve to fifteen toes tall. Its tree trunk is not even to that of a experienced elephant, I must say. Quite in distinction to its mighty James I IV Oak in nearby subject proximity, connection to photographs of the latter, much larger Oak listed here Conservation – Regional Nature Reserve.