Artist Description

A signature of Katherine’s landscapes (excluding the seascapes) is her little tree(s) that accompany the horizon of her artwork. Generally there is just the one tree but never more than 3 in any one artwork. The Boscia albitrunca or "Tree of Life" as it is called, is found in southern and central African regions, prefers open areas and usually stands alone. It is easily identified by its whitish bark, gnarled trunk and dark green canopy. This tree is so important that the local South African Tswana people do not even want to chop its wood, as they believe that if they burn it, their cows will only produce male calves.

The trademark tree in Katherine’s landscapes provide a focal point and depth to her artwork, and make each of the works unique. Each one of Katherine’s artworks are truly spectacular; each one an inspirational masterpiece. A fusion of mixed media presents an abstraction interpretation of wide open landscapes.

Season's Plains II

Landscape Painting by Katherine Wood
Materials used
mixed media on stretched canvas
Size
W:150cm x H:120cm x D:8cm
Resale: Private Collection, Cape Town
R17 100 
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  • Artist Description
    • Artist Description

      A signature of Katherine’s landscapes (excluding the seascapes) is her little tree(s) that accompany the horizon of her artwork. Generally there is just the one tree but never more than 3 in any one artwork. The Boscia albitrunca or "Tree of Life" as it is called, is found in southern and central African regions, prefers open areas and usually stands alone. It is easily identified by its whitish bark, gnarled trunk and dark green canopy. This tree is so important that the local South African Tswana people do not even want to chop its wood, as they believe that if they burn it, their cows will only produce male calves.

      The trademark tree in Katherine’s landscapes provide a focal point and depth to her artwork, and make each of the works unique. Each one of Katherine’s artworks are truly spectacular; each one an inspirational masterpiece. A fusion of mixed media presents an abstraction interpretation of wide open landscapes.

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