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Tree Carvings

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Tree Carvings

Image available in:
5x7, 8x10 and 11x14 (image only)
5x7 Matted (8x10)
8x10 Matted (11x14)

Contact us for more information: MissJacquelyn@att.net



Tree Carvings

Image available in:
5x7, 8x10 and 11x14 (image only)
5x7 Matted (8x10)
8x10 Matted (11x14)

Contact us for more information: MissJacquelyn@att.net



Hurricane Ike came ashore on September 13th, 2008, covering Galveston Island with eight to ten feet of saltwater storm surge. As the water receded, left behind was a scene of fading splendor. The Island lost an estimated 41,000 trees.

But the tree lovers of Galveston, lead by Donna Leibbert, (who I am proud to call a very dear friend) came up with a creative way to recycle and pay homage to these magnificent structures. So far, over 20 trees have been carved in place, throughout Galveston. The posters offer a sampling of these remarkable creations of Mother Nature and man.