30"x24" Tiles on canvas Artwork - Limited edition of 25
An ash tree in all it's glory on a hillside just below the northern ridge of the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales. With the "Ash Dieback" disease reported in Britain, caused by a fungus called Chalara fraxinea, will this sight soon be consigned to history?
I have developed a style of presentation that makes the image literally "stand out". I bond the print onto a rigid black foamboard to make what I call a "Fine Art Paper Tile" and then mount this onto a stretched canvas frame. For small works I use a single "tile" for the whole image, whereas for larger works I split the image into several "tiles". I was inspired to use this tiling technique by none other than David Hockney who paints his large scale landscapes on multiple canvasses.