“bark 4 art” is also known as "art de TREEomphe"
we design prints and other digital artwork, based on many years of extensive photography and cataloging of Australian tree bark, along with numerous tree species from elsewhere across the planet
in North America, a selection of these prints are available to purchase online through Pictorem in Montréal - please see the prints link from the menu
Pictorem is the main outlet at this time, although prints can also be purchased in Australia through private sales
at some future point a selection of prints will be available as high-quality, high-resolution digital downloads
the idea is that you can purchase & download a wide-frame print and have them printed on your preferred medium in your location, at your convenience
watch this space for those developments
the designs are bold, stunning, and celebrate natures value to us all!
our large wide-frame compilation prints shown above are all about tree bark and nature
all images presented in the compilations are taken from, or inspired by, the nature world - i.e. effects layers, backgrounds, and the canvas itself comprise images of national park roads, wild storms, rivers, oceans, flora, fauna, rock, desert earth, and more
we also have an upcoming series of prints in different languages, utilising the beautiful character sets for words describing nature as a complement to the colours, textures, and contrasts of those prints - they just seemed to match so well
the following photos are of majestic eucalyptus & other trees, some 70 + meters tall
these images are not of our prints for sale, however some macro and detailed bark images are taken from these or similar tree species
most of our prints are large-format, wide-frame, 150 cm (60 inch) or wider, and are designed to be a striking and colourful feature for your living or work space
these large format prints showcase the bountiful colour and texture of tree bark, presented in 3D, as we naturally see the trees themselves
a broader range of landscape and nature prints are also available and are essentially a byproduct of photographing trees in remote areas across Australia, and those journey's in general
Australian Aboriginal people interpreted the importance of trees and their bark into art and storytelling
we hope to explore these themes and many more as we bring Australian tree bark to life in vivid photography and design for your home, office, or elsewhere
future prints will comprise a great many other shapes, sizes, geometry, and ideas, so please stay tuned!
we hope to have the eCommerce facilities available for purchasing electronic versions of the prints before too long, but for now, please have a look around the site and enjoy our beloved tree bark, and stories, from across Australia and beyond