By: ROB WASS
From a limited edition of 25, Winter Treescape - Monochrome is a screenprint by Rob Wass. Please note that as this is a hand-finished artwork, there will be some slight colour variation and undulation to the sheet.
From painting graffiti back in my teens I learnt how to use a can of paint and what could be achieved with it. I put these techniques back into my illustration work and went from there.
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Winter Treescape is a striking artwork by Rob Wass. Produced in Rob’s signature style, the artwork uses delicate line work to celebrate the natural world and draw attention to often overlooked elements of the British landscape. We love how Rob has used a horizontal gold line to draw attention to the horizon in this artwork and create a contrast to the darker background.
The delicate appearance of this artwork makes it a gorgeous statement piece that would look amazing in a living room or bedroom. We love how this artwork feels like a celebration of the world around us and offers a way to bring the beauty of nature inside your home.
Digital Print on Minuet Paper
Please note, that as this is a hand finished artwork there will be some slight colour variation and undulation to the sheet.
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Rob Wass is a mixed media artist and photographer based in Hastings UK. His work explores the theme Organised Chaos and often depicts naturalistic scenes with a twist. By creating hypothetical rules using black ink and knocking those rules down with loosely applied watercolours Wass leaves the viewer with dynamic bold images that sometimes become so complex he can’t remember how he made them.
Working with layers of ink, paint and silkscreen a conversation between dark and light begins, his rhythmical and intricate illustrations catch the viewers eye but look a little closer and you might find some hidden elements like a tiny spider that has spun a web the size of a tree or a dinosaur bone in the wing of an owl. His passion for photography also plays a crucial role in his work. Armed with his camera Wass looks for patterns in the natural world, whether it be a murmuration of Starlings or the tiny veins on a leaf, everything is documented and these photographs often go on to become parts in his work.
We love how Rob creates dynamic bold images that sometimes become so complex even he can't remember how he made them. Working with layers of ink, paint and silkscreen, a conversation between dark and light begins and his rhythmical and intricate illustrations catch the viewer's eye. However, look a little closer and you might find some hidden elements like a tiny spider that has spun a web the size of a tree or a dinosaur bone in the wing of an owl.