There’s an interesting exhibit at the Museum of Seminole County History through September 30, 2015. It features over a hundred works of art made from the charred remains of The Senator – the 3,500 year-old cypress tree that burned in 2012.
I’ve written about The Senator before. You can view those posts at this link. This latest chapter in the story provides some beautiful artwork made from the ruins of a tragedy.
It’s well worth going over to see these in person. It you’re there this Wednesday night (August 19th, 2015) between 5 and 7 pm, you can also meet the artists. I have some other photos from the exhibit at this link.
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