The forest is most valuable and useful asset to our mankind. We have been dependent upon it directly by the essential need for life. The forest indirectly helps to prevent a nature disaster. The forest effect is also related to the social economy as well. Therefore, we need to share the responsibility to save the forest from all sorts of calamities. I was thus inspired to create my work on, “The mixed media art of Rebirth”
To reflect upon the truth on the destruction of the forest, to express the sorrowful, and at the same time the feeling of hopefulness towards the revival of life and the tree. My endeavor as an artist, Is the process of bringing back to life of nature. To urge on everyone contributing their responsibilities and awareness to conserve the environments by replacing the ones which have been destroyed.
. Study the cause and consequence regarding destruction of the forest.
2. Sketch idea.
3. Create the work.
4. Assemblage the work into installation.
1. Use trunk of the tree uprooted for decorated.
2. Dead wood logs dug up by machinery.
3. Living Trees.
4. Arrange the materials into an installation.
The viewer should understand how many humans have destroyed the trees in nature. By leaving such a tragic end to nature when there is a calamity. Representing the reflection of the result of how nature once appeared by re-creating the parts of the trees as a dream like existence of the trees that spring to life from the dead ones.
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