Pine tree - print


Pine tree- Far seeing, inner wisdom, purification.

This tall, Scots Pine tree, helps us to see beyond the present, and be able to see things from another’s point of view, thus promoting inner wisdom and healing. In ancient times the Pine evergreen tree was a symbol of the continuation of life during winter, when all other vegetation had died, and was decorated with bright baubles and lights to encourage the return of the sun.  We continue this custom today when we decorate our Pine Christmas trees.

Square format fine art print available with two options to choose from printed in Cornwall:

Print only option- image size 36cm x 36cm plus 2cm white border, hand titled and signed by artist 

Print mounted signed and framed with natural wooden frame –
Framed size is 50.8cm x 50.8cm/ 20”x 20”  

Annie b.’s prints are top quality fine art giclee reproductions from the original paintings. They are printed using light fast pigmented ink on best quality German Etching paper. Each print is signed and titled. 

Postage costs are calculated on checkout, based upon the total cost of the basket.    Typical delivery within 10 days but if you need it in a hurry please let me know.


Out walking I tune into the trees and feel an exchange, just being in their presence opens a doorway to another magical world.  I am drawn to their beautiful energy and strength, seeing each one as a special soul whom holds great knowledge and healing.  Back in my studio, in meditation, I tune back into the tree I am painting, open a communication, absorb myself in their magic, and then allow their essence to be expressed onto the canvas for my viewer - the Apple- a gentle energy, teaching us of abundance and to have an open heart, the Oak – inner strength, great wisdom, courage and grounding. I am not the first to communicate with trees, the Celts had a Tree Ogham, a secret language of symbols dating back to 500BC, a spiritual understanding of each tree’s subtle energy and wisdom. I have included these ancient symbols in my paintings, and as I did so, I had a very definite feeling it was not the first time I had scribed them.

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