Size: 18"W x 41"H x 0.75"D
Year Created: 2014
Ready to Hang
I am fascinated by the way trees continue to grow even though they have cuts, scrapes, holes, and scars in their bark. Many of the trees I paint look as though they should be dead but in fact are still thriving. Scar Tissue is focused on these unusual wounds in a tree that to me are so beautiful because they show the resilience of the natural world.
This painting is paper stretched on canvas stretchers and is framed.
I am primarily a watercolor artist working with nature as my subject matter and inspiration. Most of my watercolor work is very large, measuring up to 110" x 43", but I also make smaller pieces that you will see on Vango. I am also a college professor teaching watercolor, oils, drawing, and art history! More of my work can be seen at michellepodgorski Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: @mpodgorskiart