I love all trees yet the banyan tree is one I am particularly fond of. It's fascinating how its branches reach out and then down back into the earth. Where its roots are a part of its branches and vice versa. Which is why I named this painting "Aerial Roots". I first saw a giant banyan tree in Maui in 2001 in Lahaina where its branches spanned almost the whole block. People gathered there which also made it so special.
I used iron paint with controlled oxidation to create the various real natural rust tones within the painting. Oil paints incorporated in parts of the branches, flowers, and elsewhere to create a contrast in sheen with light as a catalyst to make it come alive.
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