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Artist makes bare wood on public trees look like holes, adds wildlife [12 pics]

June 3, 2014 | By Abraham | 1 comment

In an effort to beautify her town in a small but creative way, painter Wang Yue goes out with a backpack of simple art supplies and finds trees with bark missing. She then paints the exposed wood to look like a hollow area in the tree. And, of course, holes in trees need little critters living in them…

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Sometimes the animals she adds don’t exactly belong in hollow trees, but that’s OK…

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And other times, she simply used the bare wood as a canvas for other nature paintings…

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One Comment

  1. Glendon Lawrence Thomlison says:

    WOW! I love this girl, this talented, this creative, this lovely child.

    My wife says I cannot bring her home, though I asked nicely .

    LTG

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