Ash-tree, charcoal on paper, 2006
Spruce, coal on paper, 2006
Weeping willow, coal on paper, 2006
Acacia, coal on paper, 2006
Douglas, coal on paper, 2006
Oak, coal on paper, 2006
Birch, coal on paper, 2006
Wild cherry, coal on paper, 2006
Buckeye, coal on paper, 2006
Beech, coal on paper, 2006
Chestnut, coal on paper, 2006
Larch, coal on paper, 2006
Yew, coal on paper, 2006
Sycamore, coal on paper, 2006
Lime, coal on paper, 2006

Myth and the cultural history of the tree forms the background of this cycle, which specifically shows types of bark. sThese structures develop an almost abstract life of their own, when they are reduced to the monochrome of a three-dimensional drawing. Interpretations according to dimension open the eyes of the beholder to micro- and macro- worlds.

All drawings: sepia charcoal on paper, 2006