Creativity Inspired By Trees
Creative work by AST members inspired by love of trees & nature. If you would like to have your work featured here for Free & shared on our business page, blog & weblink to your business please join us (it's free) by signing up to the blog OR by using contact form to be subscribed to your good news letter and send a message via the contact page for details.
Ollie is a wonderful artist who enjoys drawing people and anamazing digital artist too who made our AST logo come to life! Doing way above and beyond what could have been expected.
Ollie is AST Highly Recommended!!
They can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacqui de Rose is an artist and illustrator based near The Peak District National Park in Derbyshire. Her original paintings, Limited Edition prints, hand-made greetings cards and decorative items are influenced by her love of Mother Nature, mythology and folklore.
Geoffrey Hart, Artist. geoffreyhart80. Ethical & Ecological Designs and Paintings Unique Ethically Produced Custom Printed Organic Cotton & Bamboo T-shirts
Geoffrey is a retired graphic Designer who is interested in nature and ecology, he paints natural landscapes and scenery settings. His website is http://www.geoffreyhart.info/
Pete Thompson is a craftsman working in wood his speciality are turned pieces that celebrate the natural imperfections of wood as beauty. The warping, twisting and turning as they dry is part of their charm.
Please conatct AST for his email address.
See his AST blog article here
Hi my name is Elizabeth Grima aka Little Liz Happy Art. I live in Merseyside UK and I’m an artist who produces nature inspired, mood boosting paintings. My style is dreamy, spiked with irrelevant details. Trees and light feature in most of my current work. Some of my paintings are available as greetings cards here http://wasc.uk/LittleLizHappyArt
You can find out more about my original paintings (which are also for sale) and links to Little Liz Happy Art stuff here https://bouncesite.com/LittleLizHappyArt
My paintings are displayed on a regular basis in the real world too
Teresa Currie is a professional artist and tutor. She is inspired by the natural world and works with many different mediums including printmaking and working with reclaimed wood. Original artworks, prints, photography, cards and reclaimed wood art are available through her Etsy shop: TeresaCurrieArt She also has an online portfolio www.teresacurrie.carbonmade.com
She can also be found on Facebook@t.curriecreativearts
Amanda C Vesty
Amanda C Vesty is an artist and illustrator based in Cheshire. She is also a teacher with over 20 years expperience working with all ages and abilities including special needs and disaffected youth. She is DBS checked
The founder of AST.
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Lovely hand made and Fair Trade items are to be found at Jack In The Green Ethical Gift Shop
Phil is a creative photographer
In his collections you will find examples of his photography. You can click the images to buy individual items through Redbubble.
Phil also sells prints to order – please get in touch if you would like to discuss buying a specific print not currently featured on his website.
"I am an ex teacher with over 30 Year's experience in all levels of education, from Primary to University.
I am now hoping to use my illustrative skills to supplement my meager income."
He can also be found on Facebook
See his AST blog artice on our site here
PD Brown Storyteller
"I work as a countryside ranger for a local authority in Scotland. I am also a semi-professional story-teller, that is to say I tell traditional stories orally, from memory, to live audiences. I have produced, amongst others, a C.D. collection of four tales about trees. I have also written two collections of poetry. The first, 'A Crown of Runes' is a sequence of sonnets, one for each rune in the Anglo-Saxon runic alphabet. Poems about the birch, the yew, the oak and the ash feature as all these trees' names were also used as the names of runes. My second collection, 'Dark Fruit of an Ash' concerns mainly poems on birds, trees and animals, the loss of our wildlife and the otherness of the everyday. "
You can hear audios on his website.
Geoff Rob Classical Guitarist
Geoff Robb was the winner of the 2018 Brighton Fringe Live Music Award for his solo show. His beautiful meditative compositions blend his classical training and background in healing with his love of Spanish and Celtic music.
He has performed to audiences all over the UK and beyond at venues including Buckingham Palace and Glastonbury Festival.
He performs on both steel string and nylon string guitars including a beautiful Maple guitar he built himself with the expert help of luthiers Richard Osborne and Cameron Mobbs.
“Very talented – makes the guitar sound like 2 guitars and a piano”
BBC Southern Counties
He has recently played concerts in Portugal and Mexico and has been chosen as support act for many top guitarists from across the world including Estas Tonne, Clive Carroll, Tony McManus and Eduardo Niebla.
I am captivated by Nature.
From the beauty of a tree in full leaf, to the bare branches of Winter, from the full bloom flower, to the withered and dead seed heads. I am never happier than when i am outside walking through the woods or beautiful countryside of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. I just want to capture the life cycle of the plants and trees in paint and print, using a combination of techniques, i instinctively paint and create, i find unique ways of capturing the beauty of the forms in their natural environment.
My paintings evoke a sense of calm, peace, and tranquillity - the sounds and scents of the Countryside flow around you, as if sat in a summer meadow, or wandering through an ancient woodland. I sell my work through the SOTA gallery in Witney Oxfordshire.
My website is: https://jenniferharrisonar.wixsite.com
Hi! I’m Annie Louvaine, I’m an artist and have lived and worked all my life in the region of the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Inspiration for my Paintings, Illustrations, Graphic Design and Folk Craft comes from the nature and rural landscape around me and especially the magical landscape of woodland, moor and streams. I can often be found hugging trees! Who wouldn’t? They hug back!
I have been studying the ancient folklore of the Celtic British tradition for many years and have a special interest in the history and mythology of the Celtic Tree Ogham. Oh the blessings and the wonder of our native trees, they have so many enchanting and wise tales to tell!