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Artwork anonymous/Kalamazoo,MI

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A long awaited for and incredibly breathtaking capture of the Kaligrafos – Calligraphy Guild journey with Treewhispers.

Congratulations to Thomas Burns, the Council of Oaks and a multitude of Kaligrafos – Calligraphy Guild enthusiasts. Your narration, photos, videos, and sound/music choices beautifully unveiled the many months of dedication to the project—and truly its essence—the connection we have with one another—and trees, of course.

My heartfelt gratitude for your continued dedication and perseverance even—and especially— in the face of disappointment. The unique approach to the virtual exhibition in the woods (a collaboration with the trees—how perfect!) will surely touch others in a way that a gallery exhibit might otherwise not.

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Art and story by Carol Thomas/Schamburg, IL

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Moose typically inhabit boreal forests and temperate broadleaf and mixed forests of the Northern Hemisphere.

 

Artwork by Randy Hughes

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Artwork by Marianne Nelson, Portland, OR

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Photo by Pamela Paulsrud at the Kohl Children’s Museum, Glenview, IL

If you take your children or grandchildren to the Kohl Children’s Museum, on Main Street you’ll get a glimpse of the Treewhispers project and multiple contributions. Grateful for the outreach and opportunities they’ve provided.

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Day two installation with skilled technicians sensitive to the work!

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Anonymous early work from Victoria, Australia

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Timely arrival of an incredibly beautiful collection of handmade paper rounds. If you’re wondering how they were created, Marjorie mentioned the blue/green pieces were made with cotton fiber. She then created a collagraph style print with deep embossing. Finally she colored the paper by hand, using an airbrush. Enjoy!IMG_4481

Artwork by Marjorie Tomchuk, New Cannon, Conn.

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Cori O’Connell papermaking

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