Trees, Irene Clark, 2000, oil on canvas, 28 x 36 in. / 71.12 x 91.44 cm.

Trees in Contemporary Art

Featured image: Trees, Irene Clark, 2000, oil on canvas, 28 x 36 in. / 71.12 x 91.44 cm.

Explore tree art's diverse forms: from majestic watercolors to land art celebrations, graphite's solemnity, mixed media's symbolism, and stark photography.

Explore our curated selection of contemporary artists from around the globe.

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  1. Her Majesty, MaryJane Zander, 2021, watercolor, 35 x 29 in. / 88.9 x 73.66 cm.
    "Her Majesty" by MaryJane Zander
    (2021) - This watercolor painting depicts a grand tree with branches reaching skyward, celebrating the tree's regal and enduring presence. The realism in Zander's brushwork brings the tree's bark and leaves to life, highlighting nature's majesty​ (Naturalist Gallery of Contemporary Art)​.
  2. Tree Elegance, Kelly Moyle Haltom, 2024, land art, 42 x 46 in. / 106.68 x 116.84 cm.
    "Tree Elegance" by Kelly Moyle Haltom
    (2024) - A land art piece that incorporates natural materials like Juniper, Cedar, Madrone, and various mosses to create a symphony of trees and textures. This artwork is a celebration of the diversity and beauty of trees​ (Naturalist Gallery of Contemporary Art)​.
  3. As It Fades, AnaMarie Liddell, 2023, graphite, 34 x 48 in. / 86.36 x 121.92 cm.
    "As It Fades" by AnaMarie Liddell
    (2023) - This graphite work captures a lone tree against the Blue Ridge Mountains, emphasizing the resilience and solemnity of nature through monochromatic imagery. The stark contrast between the tree and the soft hills encapsulates the enduring spirit of the natural landscape​ (Naturalist Gallery of Contemporary Art)​.
  4. A Tree That Monkey Can Not Climb, Julia Prikhodko, 2023, mixed media, 11.6 x 16.5 in. / 29.7 x 42 cm.
    "A Tree That Monkey Can Not Climb" by Julia Prikhodko
    (2023) - A mixed media piece that intriguingly combines various elements to portray a unique tree, symbolizing challenges and natural diversity​ (Naturalist Gallery of Contemporary Art)​.
  5. Swirling Fire : Fire/Tree Series, Robert Sunderman, 2023, mixed media, 14 x 3 x 5.5 in. / 35.56 x 7.62 x 13.97 cm.
    "Swirling Fire: Fire/Tree Series" by Robert Sunderman
    (2023) - This mixed media sculpture inspired by fire and burnt trees is both a beautiful and spiritual environmental artwork, representing regeneration and the cyclic nature of life​ (Naturalist Gallery of Contemporary Art)​.
  6. Barren Tree, Harold Silvers, 2023, photography, 12.5 x 16.6 in. / 31.75 x 42.16 cm.
    "Barren Tree" by Harold Silvers
    (2023) - A photograph capturing the stark beauty of a barren tree, this piece conveys a sense of isolation and the stark aesthetics of trees in winter​ (Naturalist Gallery of Contemporary Art)​.

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