30' x 36'
This mural explores the relationship between California oaks and water in the context of the climate crisis. Inspired by Victorian wallpaper, I incorporate elements such as the leaves from many local oaks, and organic patterns to contrast the natural and artificial aspects of human culture. Using the fluid and organic qualities of water, I evoke the movement and vitality of these majestic trees, highlighting the importance of nature and the fragility of ecosystems that depend on water. This work is a tribute to the beauty and resilience of oak trees, and a call to action to protect them.
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