TIM KNOWLES’S “TREE DRAWINGS” October 8, 2015 – Posted in: Art, Inspirations

In PROUDLY DESIGNED social media. I have mentioned the last photo sessions with my new HOLOGRAM BAGS. The results you will see soon. Now I would like to share with you my inspiration. The idea for the photo session with my white bag came to me after I saw “tree drawings” – the project by British artist Tim Knowles.

It’s an effect with the wind and trees. The drawing tools are attached to the branches of the trees. Please check out the video I’ve posted below to better understanding this process.

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Dragon Spruce, Ink on paper and C-Type prints, 8000 x 2200 x 300mm, 2012

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Installation view; Bakala Gallery, Boston, USA, 2012

 

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Buttermere Shore, Cumbria, UK, 29/02/2006, Ink on Paper and C-type print, 790 x 980mm + 790 x 590mm

 

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Installation view [ Drawing Making : Making Drawing at the Drawing Room, London 2014 ]

 

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24/08/2005, Ink on paper [stretched over MDF panel] 10 panels each 2340 x 1600 x 33mm

 Images from: http://rebelart.net, http://www.timknowles.co.uk

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