Commissioned for a local music festival, these three trees represent the growth of an event symbolized by the growth of a tree in ten year increments. They are based on a 300 year old White Oak which grew full and broad in full sunlight.
The smallest sculpture represents a ten-year-old tree primarily sculpted of repurposed steel collected from recycling. Price $3,500. SOLD
Approximate dimensions: 8 feet wide x 12 feet tall, approximate weight: 1500 lb
The middle tree represents a 20-year-old White Oak and is also primarily constructed of repurposed steel. It is build in five sections designed to be disassembled to move on public roads. $6,500. SOLD
Approximate dimensions: 16 feet wide x 20 feet tall, approximate weight: 3000 lb
The large tree represents a 30-year-old White Oak. It was inspired by a salvaged street light and also includes salvaged fence posts from a local music festival and repurposed steel from recycling. It also represents the transformation of a scale model to an abstract interpretation. It was built in six sections to disassemble for transport. $9,500. SOLD
Approximate dimensions: 28x28 feet, approximate weight: 6000 lb
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Three years of custom sculptures made for a local annual music festival in Arrington, Virginia