Saturday, February 27, 2016

Cottonwood Test

Heritage Museum and Gardens, where the installation of Idenditatum Arborum will be this summer, asked for a picture of some of the finished panels on trees for some PR they are doing. Since I only have five done, I took a pict of one lonely cottonwood in Sugarhouse Park with all of them on it. This test let a poor cottonwood, who is having an identity crisis, try on a different set of bark skins. It wants to be a paperbark cherry, a rainbow eucalyptus, a palm, a palo verde, and a redwood all at the same time.

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