Christmas in Fangorn Forest by carles

Christmas in Fangorn Forest

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Added: Dec 22, 2008
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Even magically twisted trees in enchanted forests deserve a little Christmas decoration, don't they ? --- This was my Christmas card to Elin Josefsson for the 2008 Epilogue Holiday Gift Exchange. Season's greetings to all. Smile --- More art from Pierre Carles at

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carles's picture

Just noticed you were from Romania: multumesc frumos pentru comenteaza.

carles's picture

Sure you do ! It never occurred to me that the tree may look as two trees hugging, but you are right. Well observed ! Keep me updated when you finish your "hugging trees", I will be curious to see the piece. Wink Thanks for the comment.

gutomo's picture

and also inspired me this picture so if you don't mind,i'll make some trees hugging these days,do i have your approve please?

gutomo's picture

this one is so funny and cute,from far i thought that the trees were hugging

carles's picture

Thank you Max, this is much appreciated.

riddick's picture

Another twisted tree....I like the lonliness of the decoration...very effective!!!

carles's picture

Thank you. But not as nice as the trinket attached to it ! Laughing out loud

dmitrielevit's picture

very nice tree =)

carles's picture

Thank you Kirsi. Yes, I hoped that the contrast between the twisted and distorted tree and the cheesy Christmas decoration would make the piece a bit humorous. Glad it went through somehow (although not for everyone it seems).

kizalon's picture

=D so funny and yet subtle piece! Great!

carles's picture

Those wicked hobbits did not ask for the tree's permission before decorating it ! Darn !

frodo's picture

Nice tree shame about the bauble... ha!

faerywitch's picture

I love this piece, Carles, I think you really have a very special style in your inked works. I love your bonsais too!

rita's picture

So cute - is the decoration also ink?

Art at its best.