A Barlow Tree
Sandra Barlow’s apparently simple solitary tree watercolour, has intrigued many gallery visitors. With a title, Going With The Wind, speculation centres around the impact of a constant westerly wind on form and shape. While the tree trunk remains sturdy and perpendicular to the terrain upon which it grows, the leaves and branches have all been stressed and windswept. Adapting, bending, complying; all responses to the forces of nature. And life. How do we tackle, respond to the pressures and influences that we encounter? This is a classic Barlow composition that asks question relevant to all. Sold from the Autumn Collection.
Going With the Wind