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Windblown Birch Series
a child growing up in rural Mississauga, near Eglington and Hurontario,
there were so many woods and treed areas that I loved to wander
through. My absolute favorite was the White Birch. Looking
up through those graceful branches, with the blue sky as the backdrop
was stunning. Now, how beautiful is that? Back to Mother
white birch, Betula Papyrifera (also know as the paper or the canoe
birch, is native to North America. I find them to be very
graceful, majestic and a loved subject for my artistic endeavor.
February 2014, I have been working on this Windblown Birch Tree
Series. I really enjoy this technique of using drippings of
acrylic paints and letting gravity do its thing. During this
creativity, I felt calm yet excited! I was calmed by the natural
flow of the trees and floras. I was excited by the
possibilities that the pull of gravity might create.