|Location||Olympic Sculpture Park (Seattle Art Museum), Seattle, Washington|
The sculpture is a life-sized steel representation of a tree without any leaves. Naturally, birds such as crows can be seen occasionally resting on the branches. It was built in a way that the two main branches diverge in direction, making it look more natural. It is approximately 15.24m (50ft) tall.
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- "Object of the Week: Split | SAM Blog". samblog.seattleartmuseum.org. Retrieved 2018-04-16.
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