Margie Taswell-Yates does small, detailed work based on her observation of the landscape before her, the effect of the elements on man-made structures, and the feeling of isolation that can be produced by the lack of nature in cities. Being primarily a painter she loves aquatint and uses it in most of her etchings for both its tonal and mood-making qualities.





Manuela's Forest by Margie Taswell-Yates

Manuela's Forest by Margie Taswell-Yates. Etching

Framed: R1785.
Unframed:  R1055

'Mountain Trees' by Margie Taswell-Yates

'Mountain Trees. Etching. Framed: R2365.

'Riverside Trees' by Margie Taswell-Yate

Riverside Trees. Etching. Framed: R1830

Still Standing by Margie Taswell-Yates.j

Still Standing. Etching.
Framed: R1830

Rest Stop Trees by Margie Taswell-Yates.

Rest Stop. Etching

Framed R1785.
Unframed: R1420.

'Rest Stop Trees II'  by Margie Taswell-

Rest Stop Trees II. Etching. 
Framed: R1785.
Unframed: R1420


Trees. Etching. 
Framed: R1595
Unframed: R950