Artist Konstantin Dimopoulos Brings The Blue Trees To Houston And Galveston As Part Of Worldwide "Art For Change" Movement
About 32 million acres of forests were converted to other uses or lost to natural causes each year between 2000 and 2010, according to a 2010 report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
"I realized that forests are the lungs of the world," Dimopoulos said, emphasizing that society could not survive without trees.
Dimopoulos believes that deforestation, for many, is out of sight, so people don't often think about it, and that his project will get people to think about the issue.
For more information about the project and photos, visit www.bluetreestexas.org .CONTACT: Marie Jacinto, Director of Communications email@example.com 713.581.6126 direct 713.614.0681 mobile
SOURCE Houston Arts Alliance
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