Treephilia

Jennifer Wilhoit
Edge of the Grand Forest
2019

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Treephilia

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Edge of the Grand Forest

A transformer caught on fire last year and threatened a protected forestland a few minutes’ walk from my home. When the crew came to cut back the brush and trim the trees, they ended up clearing a huge swath of trees and brush; this greatly impacted the aesthetic of the forest path. Today we shared memories of the former (more treesy) condition of this area as well as the events surrounding the fire and subsequent clearing. Then we gleefully created this bird from moss, flowers, grasses, dried leaves, twigs, a rock, and one piece of electrical tape (leftover from the utility workers) – shaped perfectly like a beak.

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