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    Posted May 5, 2014 by
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    South West Austin Miniature Living Forest By Daniel Pavon Cuellar

     

    http://bosques.in/Austin_Texas_Project.html

    Art in nature. Texas Austin Texas 2013 Texas.Sx Presents Miniature Living Forest by Artist Daniel Pavon Cuellar The Forest on the photo was planted 5 years ago from seeds. Thousands of living trees per square yard. The estimated amount of trees for each forest is over 3000-4000 Liquidambar trees, with few other trees species including oak and cedar, trees native to Texas.

     

    The Artist Daniel Pavon Cuellar known for his multidimensional art had painted the idea around 1995, Titled " The last forest" oil in canvas, but was until 2008 he began with the project.

     

    Today Daniel Pavon Cuellar is working on a project in Austin Texas for the creation of a huge Miniature forest land, but this time planted directly into the soil. Patience is definitely required! But that is no problem for Daniel Pavon Cuellar once you observe one of his paintings…How long did it take to make a single painting. Perseverance, attention to details, creativity and innovation makes the Art of Daniel Pavon Cuellar unique. See Also Masterpieces by Daniel Pavon Cuellar, Photography by Daniel Pavon Cuellar. Ecospheres and Living walls by Daniel Pavon Cuellar.

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