We Always Have A Choice Art Print by Paul West

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The Anglo-Saxon “Treow” means both ‘Tree’, and ‘Truth’. 

Inspired by the folk tale of king midas and the ass’s ears, this is one of a series of twelve etchings that imagine the trees listening to, and mirroring our thoughts, whispering back to us with their leaves in the wind.
The Anglo-Saxon “Treow” means both ‘Tree’, and ‘Truth’. 

Inspired by the folk tale of king midas and the ass’s ears, this is one of a series of twelve etchings that imagine the trees listening to, and mirroring our thoughts, whispering back to us with their leaves in the wind.
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We Always Have A Choice

Paul West

United Kingdom

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Size: 8.3 W x 11.7 H x 0 D in

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The Anglo-Saxon “Treow” means both ‘Tree’, and ‘Truth’. Inspired by the folk tale of king midas and the ass’s ears, this is one of a series of twelve etchings that imagine the trees listening to, and mirroring our thoughts, whispering back to us with their leaves in the wind.

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Size:8.3 W x 11.7 H x 0 D in

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Born in Dorset I create bold, gestural landscape paintings and charcoal drawings. A visit to Northumberland in the early 90’s came like a thunder bolt of inspiration resulting in annual art pilgrimages as the furrowed horizons and huge skies, the mystery of woodlands and solitary trees are key to firing my imagination. I strive to record the rugged terrain of the countryside in my landscapes whilst allowing a looseness in my style to give my paintings an energy. I Developed my style through observing the countryside while walking, forging emotional connections with the land recording the balance of quiet spaces mixed with frenetic energy. This is reflected in my mark making in a signature ‘impasto’ interaction of paint on canvas or hard board, with a fluid use of vibrant colour - balanced with a more studied, graphic mark making for my charcoal drawings. One of my commissions caught the eye of TV’s Kate Humble. As a result, I was interviewed as an inspiration for her “Thinking On My Feet” book (published in 2018 by Octopus Publishing Group). This in turn led to Kate inviting me to create the book front cover, end papers and inside plates.

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