Working on my exhibition about trees let me research art history of trees I was inspired by the work of my friend Margrit Schwarz which deconstructs architecture and city life and the work of Piet Mondrian to start deconstructing trees and constructing something which only exists in an image:
Spirals of life.
This "Blue Spiral" is above of the very first images of this new series.
Below you can see "Three trees by Piet Mondrian: Study for the Gray Tree (left), 1911, charcoal on paper, " to see how he deconstructed trees to later just squares and lines.
Some great resources about Piet Mondrian can be found here:
A great discussion of the final painting which emerged out of Piet Mondrians study can be found here:
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