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Pictures and Fine Art Prints of Trees and Forests Landscapes

Tree Photography Fine Art Prints

My Tree photography prints are for sale showcasing the eternal, life-giving beauty of trees. These Limited Edition, Museum Quality landscape photographs are available as Fine Art Prints, Metal Prints, and Acrylic prints. Large-scale prints up to 8 feet or more in size are available.

Trees As Stunning Fine Art

Trees come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They may be tall Redwood or Sequoias. They may be sprawling Oak Trees forming captivating tree tunnels. They may be Aspen, Birch, or Maple trees filled with Fall colors. They may even be colorful Cherry Trees. Maybe we grew up with a swing under a large tree limb or a tree fort high up in the tree, but we seem to have a natural connection to them. Trees have an important meaning to us and are probably the most common subject of Fine Art Prints. I know I have photographed trees more than any other subject.


Purchase A Print In Two Easy Steps

1. Click on any image to view the available options and pricing
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My Personal Invitation To You

I personally invite you to begin your journey as a fine art collector. I will work with you every step of the way from the selection of a style and size of one of my Forest and Tree landscape photographs to the tracking and delivery of your print.

The end result will be photographic artwork that will add beauty to your home or office and become a cherished possession.

If you have any questions about the process, see my Q and A page or drop me a note on my Contact page.


Fine Art Print and Wall Art Options

My Forest and Tree landscape photographs are offered in the following styles:

  • Lumachrome® HD Trulife® Acrylic Prints
  • Exhibit Mounted Metal Prints
  • Fuji Crystal Archive Paper Prints

Please see my Print Options page for complete details on these museum-quality prints. For illustrations in different rooms, please see my How To Choose page.

Need something different? Please contact me with the details of your request.


The Beauty Of Trees and Forests

Tree photography is always on my mind. For me, trees are right there with Mountains as a favorite photographic subject. They are a critical part of Landscape and Nature Photography. Trees provide us with oxygen to breathe, shade to keep us cool and a peaceful beauty for us to enjoy. Having grown up with large trees and my share of tree forts, I can not imagine a life without them.

There are many different species and shapes of trees and I enjoy photographing them all. The sprawling Oak trees of South Carolina and Florida are probably my favorite with their long branches. The huge, majestic Redwood and Sequoia trees are awe-inspiring. The orange Cypress trees in the Fall are stunning. The rain forest in Olympic National Park is captivating.

The Cottonwood Trees in the Fall with their dark, twisted trunks and limbs are just fascinating, Mountain Pine trees in the fog can be spectacular. Aspen and Maple trees in the fall. The list goes on and on, but you get the idea. They are everywhere and they are beautiful. Walking through the forest, especially a rain forest is one of the most peaceful things I can experience.


Fun Facts About Trees

Trees In History

Trees have provided us with many stories and events throughout history. The first would be the biblical story of Adam and Eve eating the forbidden from a tree in the Garden of Eden. Isaac Newton told the story of sitting under an Apple Tree in 1666 and watching an apple fall to the ground, which led him to think about the forces of gravity and led to his discovery of the law of universal gravitation.

Most of us have heard the fictional story of a young George Washington telling his father that he could not tell a lie and did, in fact, cut the Cherry Tree with his hatchet. There are amazing stories of survival, like the 9/11 Survivor Tree in New York, which was found under the rubble, nursed back to health, and is a part of the memorial today.

There are very old trees like Angel Oak in South Carolina that are over 500 years old. The General Sherman Tree in Sequoia National Park is over 2,300 years old.

The Benefits Of Trees

They are indispensable and critical to our planet. They clean the air removing CO2 and providing Oxygen. Trees help to prevent erosion, which can help reduce water pollution. They provide a place for many forms of wildlife to live. Trees provide us with food.

They provide us with wood for building our homes and firewood to keep us warm. They beautify our world and give us the refreshing change of scenery with their changes in the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter seasons.

Trees In Movies

There’s the Apple Tree that comes to life, and not too happy when Dorothy pulls off an Apple in The Wizard Of Oz. More recently, there is Whomping Willow in Harry Potter and Treebeard in Lord Of The Rings.

My personal favorite movie tree has to be Groot from Guardians Of The Galaxy. He can only say “I am Groot” and hangs out with a smart-aleck raccoon, but it is my favorite science fiction character of all time. It was previously Chewbacca, but Groot won me over.


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