‘Great Oak’ (Fine Art Print) by Karl Trewhela

£125.00

Artist: Karl Trewhela
Title: ‘Great Oak’ (Fine Art Print)
Medium: Giclee print on extra heavyweight Innova 315gsm archival museum quality fine art paper (limited edition of 100 – signed, titled and numbered by the artist)
Dimensions: 16.5″ x 23.4″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2020
Artwork Will Ship From: UK

SHIPPING: Each print is rolled in protective acid free tissue paper, bubble wrap and sent within a sturdy 3 inch diameter sturdy tube. UK shipping fee: £5GBP. Shipping to all other countrie: £10GBP.

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‘Great Oak’ (Fine Art Print) by Karl Trewhela

Artist: Karl Trewhela
Title: ‘Great Oak’ (Fine Art Print)
Medium: Giclee print on extra heavyweight Innova 315gsm archival museum quality fine art paper (limited edition of 100 – signed, titled and numbered by the artist)
Dimensions: 16.5″ x 23.4″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2020
Artwork Will Ship From: UK

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Karl Trewhela was born in Dublin to a South African father and an Irish mother. The youngest of five children and brought up in the South East of England, Karl drew from a very early age. Taken to wildlife parks as a young boy, drawing animals, nature has always been and continues to be a tremendous influence.

He received his BA Honors in Illustration & Visual Communication at Middlesex University, however, self-taught on the whole, using life and the great pen masters of the past as his teachers. Forever fascinated with the detail, delicacy and emotional power of traditional drawing and in particular ink work, Karl uses the finest pen points within a dreamy landscape. A visceral, therapeutic and meditative journey exploring feelings, balance, the wonder and absurdity of life.

The authenticity and strength of the dimmest of light shining through the dark is paramount, a sign of hope.

Exhibited in London and Seattle.