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Denver | Blue Trees Project

The art creator in me is always fascinated by art projects…especially those that are a large under-taking. A recent trip to downtown Denver to experience Konstantin Dimopoulos’ The Blue Trees Project didn’t disappoint.

That’s not your typical paint on the Trees. It’s a biologically-safe, water-based and non-permanent paint that fades with time, not harming the trees. Learn more about the Blue Trees Project here.

“I have always known that art is and has always has been an extended part of nature and that art can effect social change. For that to happen one has to move out of the art institutions and galleries and move outside among nature and human beings in their living spaces.” –Konstantin Dimpoloulos

Learn more about Konstantin Dimopoulos’ art projects here.

Also…I had to make a stop to see my favorite blue bear. He has his nose pressed against the window always looking for honey at the Convenion Center.

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This entry was posted on June 24, 2017 by in Colorful Colorado and tagged , , , , , , .


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