Umbrella Tree Completed

Umbrella Tree Completed

I finished the umbrella tree and finally got some halfway decent photos taken. I will be submitting this to the “Shelter” Exhibition being held in October. I still have to write up my entry and figure out an artist’s statement to go with the piece. But I’m sure I can manage that by the middle of August when the entry is due. I thought you might like to take a look at the tree. The photos are from several different angles as well as some closeups.

26 thoughts on “Umbrella Tree Completed

  1. It’s beautiful. I wish I could see it in person I’m sure there are subtleties in person the camera doesn’t get. And you’re working on the yurt as well. Wow! You are an inspiration.

    1. Thanks Marilyn. It is really hard to photograph because of it’s size. I’m not sure how impressive I am, I just always have to keep busy.

    2. The more you do, the more the rest of learn. :-). I use your book all the time as a reference. It’s great to see new projects and ideas.

  2. Very clever. I love how the strands of yarn look as if they are continuations of the spokes. And the rocks. šŸ˜‰

    Will you be able to exhibit it so that people can look up to get the “sun shining through the leaf canopy” effect? I hope so!

    1. Thanks! That was actually the plan for the “branches”. I am not sure if it will be high enough at the exhibit but I will work on that.

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