A wonderful plastic tree
Only when winter weather blooms blossom on apple trees in the warm light can you fully sense the coming of spring. Cherry blossoms have an alluring scent, while apricot blossoms with spherical crowns are attractive to the eye… The springtime rebirth of environment motivated Korean artist Choi Jeong Hwa to design a one-of-a-kind tree with flower-strewn limbs. Flowers, violets, and orchids abound in this odd ”bunch of flowers,” which boasts a wide range of forms and hues.
Choi Jong Hwa’s art is known for its use of vivid colors. His colorful plastic sculptures have already been shown to our visitors. This substance is also used in the author’s latest work, a massive floral tree. It’s worth noting that the desire to create existence fake trees in art hasn’t waned (not so long ago we talked about steel sculptures by Ben-David Zadok).
Choi Jong Hwa designed the first blossom tree in 2004, ever since, Shanghai, Singapore, and Lyon have been adorned with similar floral wonders (France). Flowers in the artist’s work, obviously, represent humanity’s greatest undying beauty, and their plasticity should accentuate the difference between manufactured and unique beauty. Because man has ruined nature as a result of rapid urbanization, blooming trees were created to remind people that the true beauty of the planet is far more lovely than any man-made wonder.
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