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Tree Sculpture: “Mermaid Holding Clam Shell”2020-01-24T14:09:23-06:00

"Mermaid Holding Clam Shell"

Tree Sculpture

1428 Church Street, Galveston, TX (Directions)

"Mermaid Holding Clam Shell" is one of the many tree sculptures carved after Hurricane Ike destroyed thousands of trees on the island.

Mermaid Holding Clam Shell Tree Sculpture

This Mermaid is named ‘Tina’ and she gets ‘dressed up’ for many occasions.

Artist Dayle Lewis

Artist

Chainsaw sculptor, Dayle K. Lewis, from Indiana, has transformed damaged tree trunks into into wondrous sculpted works of art throughout the United States and specifically the Gulf Coast including “Katrina Trees”, “Heavenly Carved Wooden Angels” after Hurricane Katrina and later our Galveston trees after Hurricane Ike.


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