Trees Collection

Trees are the lungs of our planet. They shelter us, sustain wildlife, cool the earth. They take so long to grow that the loss of a tree is a tragedy, and we lose so many – to insect infestations, like that of the emerald ash borer, and to human choices. Every time I paint or draw a tree, and I return to this project often, I feel that I am creating a record, telling a story.

© Gwen Frankton, 2013, Pond in the woods, Crystal Bay Not available
© Gwen Frankton, 2012, Ash Tree by the River – Acrylic, collaged cloth – 30 X 60 inches SOLD
© GwenFrankton, 2014, Burr Oak on Lemieux Island, Collection of the Artist
© Gwen Frankton, Copper Leaves SOLD
© Gwen Frankton, Hawthorne Berries SOLD
© Gwen Frankton, Birch, Nova Scotia, Collection of the Artist
© Gwen Frankton,Birch 2, Nova Scotia SOLD
© Gwen Frankton, Red Sumac Leaves, Acrylic, oil SOLD
© Gwen Frankton, Forest floor – sumac leaves, study
© Gwen Frankton, Sumac SOLD
© Gwen Frankton, Stream near the River, autumn Not available
© Gwen Frankton,Stream near the River, winter SOLD
© Gwen Frankton, Trees in Flood SOLD
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