Tree of life

George Brown College

Tree of life

George Brown College

This acrylic sculpture is inspired by the evolution of life on the planet and the elements that create it, starting from the first organisms on earth and the evolution of humans with their understanding of health sciences and the periodic elements that create matter. The Tree of Life is also inspired by the divinity of the human soul and the spirituality represented by the symbols from the Kabbalah’s Tree of Life.

For The Tree of Life the artists implemented more than 300 hours of design including 3D virtual prototyping and graphic design to achieve such a large freestanding acrylic sculpture. The artistic team included Luigi Ferrara, Juan Camacho and Dyan Bueraono who are either staff or students of George Brown College.

This acrylic sculpture is inspired by the evolution of life on the planet and the elements that create it, starting from the first organisms on earth and the evolution of humans with their understanding of health sciences and the periodic elements that create matter. The Tree of Life is also inspired by the divinity of the human soul and the spirituality represented by the symbols from the Kabbalah’s Tree of Life.

For The Tree of Life the artists implemented more than 300 hours of design including 3D virtual prototyping and graphic design to achieve such a large freestanding acrylic sculpture. The artistic team included Luigi Ferrara, Juan Camacho and Dyan Bueraono who are either staff or students of George Brown College.