Psychedelic Colored Trees In Desert

Psychedelic Colored Trees In Desert

Do you think it is okay to change the nature when the reason involves good intentions, or should we leave it as it is? Take a look and judge for yourself.

Colorado-based artist Curtis Killorn has played a bit with nature, or more precisely; with nature that is over hundreds of years old. He goes out in the Colorado Desert and finds withered trees that look lonely and sad, and paints them with some crazy psychedelic colors to liven them up. He says that he doesn’t want to mask or enhance them in any way because he thinks that nature itself is so gracious and beautiful. He only wants to bring more life back to those trees so they don’t look so depressing and unnoticeable anymore.

He is right, because the trees look very nice after all the painting that he puts on them, and you can see how they really brighten up the desert. Obviously the trees won’t brighten up by themselves. But sometimes nature actually tends to decorate itself, like in Japan in winter time when the snow on the trees in Yamagata makes them look like scary snow monsters.

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One Comment

  1. melikian
    June 24, 2011 @ 12:18 pm

    bonjour,i just wanna say that this idea of colored trees in desert is fantastic!bonne continuation à vous and a lot of beautiful things!!!

    (i discovered your work on FB by a new friend..)

    thank you very much,Martha.

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