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Palmartichoke Ladies

Palmartichokes hiding their leaves in wake of a storm. Many plants hide their leaves when the rain is coming to help the water to drain away, and to hide from the wind breaking their arms. Tree Freak paintings are 12×24 and sometimes even larger. Adventuring Art Acrylic Paintings by David Brothers
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Palmartichoke Tree Freaks

This is the second Tree Freak painting from 2012. This is acrylic paint on canvas 12″x24″ it was started at Art in Real Time. It is currently hanging on Santa Fe in Denver Co at “The Swamp” it was traded for the welding of Goldy the Monster Vanagon. Prints are 10×20 stretched on canvas and hand painted for detail.
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Tree Accident

These poor guys were in the wrong place… for a very long time. Tree Accidents are smaller 16×20 Acrylic on Canvas Paintings. Surrealism is my top influence, these paintings are studies.
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The First Palmartichoke

This is the first Palmartichoke “Tree Freak” painting! The original is hanging in the Appalachian Mountains. Tree Freaks are 12″x24″ acrylic paintings on canvas. These humanoid plants were bred long ago to scare outsiders from entering small primitive jungle villages… in some fantasy world..
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