This 20″ x 20″ Acrylic on gallery canvas was inspired by a black and white photograph of a tree that fell across a stream 30 plus years ago at The Salvation Army Camp Redwood Glen in the Santa Cruz mountains. After the tree fell, it continued to live and the limb in the middle shot upward toward the heavens letting everyone know it was alive. The camp ended up putting a rail across the bridge and kids used it for many years to get from one side of the stream to the other for many years until it was washed away by a flood of water that overtook the stream. Even when we fall it is possible to grow.
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Original is not available. Prints can be seen at TSA Camp Redwood Glen and Conference Center.