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Oak Tree


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!!!!!

 

Why? Just why? Why would you draw something so lovely & so awesome? I can't speak for you, but I can say this: trees can be wonderful & can represent so much: life itself, perseverance, steadfastness, beauty, even shelter (for birds), etc.

 

100% true: if I were a person w/ money, I would either commission you to paint or draw me a tree - or I would buy one that you've already done! I'm already calling these works of yours (in my mind) 'The Tree Series.' Or 'Chris: The Tree Series.'

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Why? Because I LOVE trees and because my cousin Claudia helps me change my style by telling me how  I can express the inspiration that flows through me the right way !!!

I still have to work on it some more...later tonight !!!

She's for me like Brian, Danny and Flood are for U2 ! And, of course, Danger Mouse Nowadays !

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: )  I love them too, my friend. I love them, too!

 

So here's a new possible title for a book or an exhibit/installation: 'The Tree Series: the Chris/Claudia Connection' or 'The Tree Series: the Claudia/Chris Connection.'  : )

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I hope you're able to make your drawings on acid-free paper or whatever kind of paper will last through the years w/out turning yellow or getting discolored at the edges. Keep 'em protected. : )

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Yes, a Tree Just Is !!

Hhhmm...not yet 'cause She says a lot of my trees (when I didn't consult her or get to ask her about an opinion) are drawn bad, this is the first Good One, so...Stay Tuned for the NEXT ones !!!

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Unfortunately... it's plain Xerox-Type Paper, I keep them in a big plastic wallet...Hope they'll be protected...  I don't know what else to do, I don't have a big income at all and I can't afford to upgrade their protection !!!

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When u say u keep them in a big plastic wallet, I hope you don't fold them.

 

You might think this is the 1st "Good One" but maybe you should say "Really Good One" because I'd have to disagree if you think none of the others have been good. For ex, 'Two Poplars & An Oak' is not a fleshed out as this one, but it has it's own sparse beauty & makes its own statement. 'Two Poplars & An Oak' is good, too. This opinion is my 2 cents of input! : )

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Exhibitions, Installations...I don't know about those, it's very hard to to something like that in my country...I just don't know what to do...I'm channelizing all my Energy on drawing, I'm not good at technical details !

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