Drawing > More Beach & Nature

The quiet serenity of this forest moved me. Even though there had been a fire, the trees maintained their elegance. Budding leaves were signs of the determination to live.

This is a small detail of this large triptych. At first sight, this drawing looks representational. The shapes and volumes are abstract colored marks...nothing you would ever see on a tree.

Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. forest drawing detail
After the Fire-Block Island Forest. Triptych. Detail
Graphite and colored pencil on paper
22 X 90 inches, 56 X 229 cm
2015