This brand new, illustratively exciting piece entitled ‘The Golden Tree’ visually represents one-third of the acclaimed and best-selling contemporary landscape artist, Paul Horton’s latest collection; itself going by the title of the ‘Tree of Life’ mini-series. With every piece having being graphically subjected to a beautifully hand drawn remarque by the award-winning exponent of his genre, the emphasis on this iteration is compositionally placed on the seeming magical tree found at its pictorial heart.
With its resolute roots forming the very foundations from which a multitude of previous untold tales spring forth, the tree become a symbolic notion of creation and epitomises the circle of life, as we‘re equally privy as immersed viewers to the onset of icons which have supposedly fallen from the branches, akin to leaves in this season abound. Which are representative various fragmentations of our own lives and times, according to Horton. Naturally alternative narratives are as always plentiful with a typical Horton release, and this giclee on paper, Autumn 2015-revealed limited edition makes no exception to this generally-accepted rule.