Alaska Book-A-Day
November 13, 2016
November 13, 2016


In March 2003, I traveled to Tasmania for an artist residency at Windgrove: A Center for Peace. I wrapped some eucalyptus trees with watercolor paper before returning to the United States.

I forgot about the paper.

A year later the paper arrived in my mailbox, gorgeously colored with deep browns and siennas, aged by time, wind, water and the sap from the trees. I played with this process for a few years, tying paper onto different trees in different climates. Here are some of those results. These experiments are part of my ongoing love affair with trees, their magic, and what they do.

Coconut Tree, St. Kitts 2006 Pine Tree, Massachusetts 2006