A elongated landscape painting of trees and branches against a pale pink background. The trees yellow leaves are depicted as small circles that hang between the trees like fairy lights.

The Arborealists are a group of professional artists, from across southern England, who share the rich and versatile subject of the tree. Their exhibition, which can be found online, was produced in response to the landscapes of ancient woodland sites on Exmoor and Dartmoor.

Recreate ‘The Faithful Thorn’ by Jo Minoprio John French from the Learning Team, demonstrates how you can recreate ‘The Faithful Thorn’ using materials that can be found around the house and garden!

Recreate ‘Underfoot’ by Mike Dodd John French from the Learning Team, demonstrates how you can recreate ‘Underfoot’ using materials that can be found around the house and garden!

Curling leaves with a white and black outside and mottled brown inside lay curled on the forest floor. There is a high level of detail in the painting, with the veins of each leaf rendered perfectly in ink. Curling leaves with a white and black outside and mottled brown inside lay curled on the forest floor. There is a high level of detail in the painting, with the veins of each leaf rendered perfectly in ink.

Recreate ‘Turkey Tail Fungus’ by Mike Dodd John French from the Learning Team, demonstrates how you can recreate ‘Turkey Tail Fungus’ using materials that can be found around the house and garden!

A turkey tail fungus is shown in great detail against a pitch black backdrop. Lines of the fungus, as intricate as lace, are coiled into a black and white natural form.

Recreate ‘The Chaos of Light’ by Jo Minoprio John French from the Learning Team, demonstrates how you can recreate ‘The Chaos of Light’ using materials that can be found around the house and garden!