“The spaces in between feel like an existential crisis. Human understanding of the interconnectedness of all beings is found among the trees. Disconnection from acknowledging and respecting our dependence on nature provokes ever-increasing uncertainty, while simultaneously resulting in the destruction of all that sustains us. We stand at a threshold as we navigate our way through today’s climate crisis.”
Nest, and Chestnut Tree, gesso on metal , 12×12”, 2019
Charly Baxter received her BFA from OCAD University. Based in her hometown Meaford, Ontario, her passion for nature and art has grown with her. Depicting trees as dominant subject matter with intersections of human intervention, her artwork aims to inspire admiration and respect for the earth.