TOM ELLIOT

“And then there was the primeval forest itself: a thing of glory and terror. Von Bricken had never seen anything like it. Where were the beech trees? For there was everything else: ash, aspen, maple, oak, linden, willow, birch, elm, hornbeams and spindle trees, pine and fir, all growing in a crazed jumble, amidst a vast botanical charnel house of rotting trunks, roots and limbs. The irregularity was dreadful, sublime, perfect.’ 
Simon Schama - 'Landscape and Memory' (1995)

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 'Forest' by artist Tom Elliot

'Forest' by artist Tom Elliot