Ever wonder what a tree would look like without leaves on one side. The dieing foliage on this tree faces the other way, giving good reason to believe the grass IS greener on the other side. Or in this behind the seasons look, winter IS colder on the other side.


Winter was created using Faber Castell Pitt artist pens, Micron pens and Windsor and Newton Watercolor on Arches watercolor paper.

Size – 8″ by 8″

The original illustration has since sold to an avid art collector in Canada but beautiful archival prints are listed in the shop or each season in both 8×8 inch and 5×5 inch size.

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12 thoughts on “Winter”

  1. I agree with Shannon, very Little Prince-like. I had that book in three languages when I was growing up. Somewhere in some boxes, they are probably still there.

    Love the art.

  2. wagonized – I could blow the design up for you and your mom, who quilts I believe could quilt it? N’est pas?

    range – Three languages? Impressive. I think I first discovered “The Little Prince” in French.

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