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A little inspiration from an installation (done back in 2008) by Stuart Frost who created these patterns by scorching (un-living trees) for Tranekær International Centre for Art and Nature in Langeland, Denmark.

The artist is from UK and his name is Stuart Frost...#trees

Scorched elm at Tranekær International Centre for Art and Nature. Langeland, Denmark. by Stuart Ian Frost

Beautiful wrap around a tree bench! Who wouldn't want to sit here with a good book?

Merry Mirror by Michael Johansson.. we're gearing up for our xmas board 2012 addition..

Large scale pots...Really bad idea for this particular tree species, but good idea design wise...

favorite thing I've seen today: burned designs into the wood of dead trees

#so65 #black English artist Stuart Frost breathes new life into dead trees by transforming raw organic materials into something new and captivating. Frost developed a technique of pyrography in which intricate patterns are defined by scorching the surfaces of dead trees. These elaborate patterns are loosely based on 19th century wallpaper motifs.

Mother Natures Heart. I think this is so beautiful. Especially since its in a Cemetery. Back to "Mother Earth."

African tree art Look at its amazing height - I want it! (the tree, not the height.)

Lichen It! by Carol Hummel at Nature Unframed at The Morton Arboretum. Photo by Michael Kappel.