Trees vary in the shape of their canopies: individuals as well as types. I love to look at these things. Saying what I'm seeing, not using verbal language, but the visual language of form, is not always easy. In this painting, I noticed how the hemlock trees and the dogwood embraced one another. A tenderness you have to really look hard to see. I often witness this in the choices trees make when they grow within a woods or copse.
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