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TREES

The trees, and other such arboreal things, are where the worlds of the critters and the landscapes collide. Trees have such presence. They are sentient beings unto themselves, although their senses may not be quite like ours.

I seek out each tree’s individual personality, or the character of a group of trees, that I am trying to portray. Sometimes they tell me how to paint them. This is where listening carefully comes in.