Enchanted Forest - Silver Birch range: unique fibre art

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Slim silver birch trees are set against a background of mauves, blues and greens. Wool knots represent leaves, while over-stitching forms the distinctive tree bark.

This is the eleventh in my "Silver Birch Forest" series of fibre artworks (see a brief description of these trees below.) You might also like "Vivid Forest" or my companion pieces "Summer into Autumn (2)" in autumn shades, "Leafy Forest", or "Young Birch Forest (1 and 2) " in greens and blues.

Main colours: Blues, greens, mauves

Method: stitching art—mainly long stitch, with couching and knots, on tapestry canvas.
Frame: simple white frame with off-white mount
Fibres: wool—knitting and tapestry wools
Canvas: fine tapestry canvas
Approx size: framed: 38 x 30 cm visible artwork 23 x 19 cm

Price includes packaging and standard postage within New Zealand. There's an extra cost for for having your purchased tracked or couriered.

Handcrafted with care by Bronwyn Angela White in a smoke-free and pet-free home.

Although some works are similar, none are identical. When you buy from "Eclectic Yarn" (or any of my shops on Felt), you know your purchase is "one of a kind", an original design, and will never be duplicated.

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Silver birches' bark is white with scattered black fissures. The young twigs are typically covered in white ‘warts’, and feel rough to the touch. The bark becomes much more rugged with diamond-shaped crevices as it gets older.

This "Silver Birch Forest" artwork is #11 in a series of 11 (so far). You can read about the evolution of this series on my showcase website www.bronzshowcase.com


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