Framed

Fallen Tree

“In many works of art by Hudson River School painters, a fallen tree is seen in the foreground of the painting.  The tree is a visual reminder of time, and gently reminds us that even the strongest things in nature can be fragile.  This tree likely a Sycamore, was found on the grounds at Crystal Bridges after it’s fall but remains in place as a reminder of both strength and vulnerability.”

The picture frame is a metal “sculpture” that frames the landscape behind it. (see video)

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