English Oak Tree Art Print
English Oak Tree Art Print
English Oak Tree Art Print

English Oak Tree Art Print

The oak tree symbolizes sovereignty, rulership, power, Strength & Endurance, Generosity & Protection, Justice & Nobility, Honesty & Bravery. It is known as the King of the Forest.

Oak trees have been revered since ancient times. Witches often danced beneath the Oak Tree for ritual. Ancient druids met in groves of them to perform their ceremonies. Many early Christian churches were situated in oak-groves.

In Britain, oak trees were once highly regarded as healing. There was once a time when people frequented oak trees for its curative powers, which in some places was considered so great that healing could occur simply by walking around the tree and wishing the ailment to be carried off by the first bird alighting on its branches. In Cornwall, a nail driven into an oak cured toothache, while in Wales, rubbing the oak with the palm of your left hand on Midsummer’s Day kept you healthy all year.

  • Art is created by stamping the leaves and petals of the flower
  • Two sizes available - 8x10 and 11x14
  • Gicleé printed on 100% archival cotton rag paper
  • All prints are sold unframed
  • Prints are packaged inside clear biodegradable sleeves
  • Made using locally grown flowers
  • Made & Designed In Canada
  • Each print comes with an info card stating the symbolism of the flower/tree

Regular price$35.00
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How it's made

Every single print is created by stamping the leaves and petals from the flowers.

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