Pollarded willow trees are common to Eastern England. Traditionally being trimmed to extend their life – with the cuttings used to feed animals. Other trees often undergo the same treatment for similar and different reasons. I like how they resist and adapt.
We bend in strange winds
Biro on digital photographs
Selection of charcoal memory drawings
We are homesick for the places we’ve never known
2 from set of 8 drawings made as part of Bromley House Library residency in partnership with Five Leaves Bookshop Nottingham. 2018/19
Charcoal on paper.
30cm x 40cm