SYMMETREE 34 in resin

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SYMMETREE 34

Reflecting. A big sky to set the oak tree in. There’s a simplicty about this piece that reflects and and slightly abstracts the tree.

Like many of the Symmetree pieces, this series is inspired by the relationship between the oak tree, sunshine and our own love to admire the presence of such majesty.


Available in 2 sizes

1 – 22 x 22cm 
2 – 32 x 32cm 
Bonsai Version – Finished in Tin Leaf and Resin. Mounted on 18mm Plywood base (for immediate hanging) – OpenEdition 


Please note that your order will take 10-14 days to create. Fine print takes time.


SYMMETREES

There are many ancient trees in and around the Weald of Kent. Like the Oak Tree at Badsell Park Farm, some are isolated within a farmed field.  Mark began an ongoing project in 2013, which to date has produced photographic, mixed media and sculptural studies. The project sets out to interpret the effects of factors like light, weather and time on the life and death of the tree.

After nearly 300 years of growth, the tree was toppled by storm Katie in the spring of 2016. This event hasn’t stopped Mark working on the project. Sections of the tree are seasoning and are being applied in the artwork. They range from charring, creating charcoal, chipping, making oak dust and sculpting.

The Symmetree work continues to develop and is being shown in a number of galleries and art fairs.

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SYMMETREE 34

Reflecting. A big sky to set the oak tree in. There’s a simplicty about this piece that reflects and and slightly abstracts the tree.

Like many of the Symmetree pieces, this series is inspired by the relationship between the oak tree, sunshine and our own love to admire the presence of such majesty.


Available in 2 sizes

1 – 22 x 22cm 
2 – 32 x 32cm 
Bonsai Version – Finished in Tin Leaf and Resin. Mounted on 18mm Plywood base (for immediate hanging) – OpenEdition 


Please note that your order will take 10-14 days to create. Fine print takes time.


SYMMETREES

There are many ancient trees in and around the Weald of Kent. Like the Oak Tree at Badsell Park Farm, some are isolated within a farmed field.  Mark began an ongoing project in 2013, which to date has produced photographic, mixed media and sculptural studies. The project sets out to interpret the effects of factors like light, weather and time on the life and death of the tree.

After nearly 300 years of growth, the tree was toppled by storm Katie in the spring of 2016. This event hasn’t stopped Mark working on the project. Sections of the tree are seasoning and are being applied in the artwork. They range from charring, creating charcoal, chipping, making oak dust and sculpting.

The Symmetree work continues to develop and is being shown in a number of galleries and art fairs.

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