Trees provide a wonderfully versatile subject for artists, not only in terms of the diversity of form, character and colour they provide, but also in terms of the wealth of association, myth, folklore, religious and symbolic significance they have come to embody. Since 2013, a group of British artists, working under the title The Arborealists, have been exhibiting work inspired by trees. Their work has now inspired a book, The Arborealists: The Art of the Tree, and can soon be seen at the Nature in Art Gallery, near Gloucester.

Two of the Arborealists, Emma Buckmaster and Janet French – working ...


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