Group of Trees in a Park – Acrylic Painting

painting of a group of trees

Trees in a Park

This painting shows a group of trees in a park in spring. The trees are mainly bare still, yet the sky suggests that the days are getting warmer. Some evergreen bushes and trees overgrown with ivy add attraction to the scene. 

It was painted after a photograph during my recent exhibition at the Essen “Cultural Window” in a major city in Germany.

The painting is in acrylics on a 17x25cm Hahnemuhle carton. It is another example of my series of paintings which I have started to explain the transition the region is undergoing. It used to be an area of heavy industry and after the loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs it has attracted new and different industries to become a loveable home for millions.

Please contact me via my contact page to enquire about the original or signed limited edition prints which are available in different sizes.

 You will find more pictures and an enlarged view after clicking on the painting.

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About Pat Harrison

Painting and drawing have been my passion from early childhood. I have attended numerous exhibitions in England and Germany. Presented with the Judges Award at a show I now have one of my paintings on permanent display at a museum in Greater London with growing sales and commissions.
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One Response to Group of Trees in a Park – Acrylic Painting

  1. Pat, This is beautiful.

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