Discover tree drawings for sale online. Let us introduce you to the talented contemporary artists working in the medium today. Not sure where to start? Take a look at Fraser Haston. Fraser's works are often in monochrome 'I do not want to be distracted in my search for the ultimate in tone, texture and atmosphere.' This drive to explore texture is evident in his close-up study, Loud Bark. Here, Haston magnifies the gnarled imperfections of tree bark until the essence of the tree of lost and the viewer could instead be looking at a map or a ploughed field.
Or take a look at Alison Chaplin. Living in close proximity to Epping Forest, near London has enabled her to study the shapes of trees, playing with the way their silhouette alters light and shadow. In her drawings, she approaches trees from unusual perspectives. In Isn’t it Good, the way the tree’s branches spread across the page give the impression of veins and capillaries in the human body.