This is a TAE tree I did in 2014 for Yamei - and her restaurant: Rendez-vous Café - in Cowansville, QC The branches continue to get bumped and moved - but this only adds to the work. I learned something after I spoke with some artist friends (Richard and Susan Surette). When you make a piece of art that is "useful" it is not considered art and decreases in value. Honestly, I don't agree. I put a tree on a cookie jar - and as you get a tasty cookie, you can put your hands on a tree. Why not check out my work and taste the art of Rendez-vous Cafe at the same time! https://www.facebook.com/rendezvouscowansville/
Here is a piece that seems suited to our Covid 19 crisis: A work stuck in a storm - with branches being thrown around - but standing strong, bowing to the wind. This piece had an accident - a fall and a broken rock - then it has been re-born on a granite foundation. The first version had a dark shade of green. The color didn't come out very well, but a little touch has brought out a new piece!