Pin ItIn a small park near my home called Hanes Park, there are several older pine trees with intensely dense growths on them called "Pine Brooms." These growths presented such opportunity to bring out the static chaos and gestures that the more oderly trees without these sematic mutations lacked. I am personally attracted to the beauty of asymmetry and imperfection. I also love the oily, pitch-created kaleidoscope of colors that can be pulled out of the tessellated pine bark. For me, they become almost jewel toned and act as wonderful moments of contrast to the colors in the broom.