Abstract Forest Canopy – Featured Art Prints

I love the look of a forest canopy…the boughs of a tree, creating a ceiling of leaves and the sun peaking through the cracks. On the attached three art prints, I chose to take that view and create an abstract look. Using a technique that creates small geometric shapes to define the subject matter and surreal colors, the final result is a colorful representation of a walk in the forest looking skyward.

The first print keeps with natural colors, but obvious geometric shapes to fill in the subject matter of a tree canopy. The perspective looks skyward, yet with this technique, it creates a more whimsical feel to the scene.

The second print uses the same shape technique, but adds the element of the sun peaking through a canopy of purple branches. The colors add a bold statement pulling the eye into the scene.

The third print really capitalizes on the purple color tones integrating the bold color into a forest scene created with the same abstract shapes.

All three create unique art prints of one of nature’s gifts, the forest canopy. Thoughts?

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26 thoughts on “Abstract Forest Canopy – Featured Art Prints

  1. www.ginabriganti.com

    As I read the intro paragraph, I was thinking uh oh, I hope he isn’t messing with his classic style. You have such a great eye, and great instinct, I realize I wasted my energy on those moments of doubt.

    I love all three, and I’m sharing to FB.

  2. reocochran

    Such a creative look at something beautiful. Like looking with a “new set of eyes,” Kirt. I love trees, too. As a collector of ceramic and other materials made into birds, I love the idea of soaring into your artistic branches! Smiles, Robin

  3. Jet Eliot

    The canopy of the forest has its own personality, and often when we are on the trail busy with our footing, we don’t get a chance to look up. I like that you gave us the ease of looking up in all of your prints, Kirt.


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