Suzanne Tidwell Makes Scarves for the Trunks of Trees in Seattle
Suzanne Tidwell is certainly an imaginative artist; for this installation, she decided to cover the trees in a park with knitted scarves striped with color. The knitting must have taken forever, but the effect is definitely worth it. This park looks like it came right of a Dr. Seuss book; it's bursting with whimsy and patterns.
Hopefully Suzanne Tidwell continues to make creative and interactive public installations like this. Who wouldn't want to step into her world for an afternoon?
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