As I explored the idea of ghost trees and forests, I learned that ghost forests really is a term that is often applied to forests that are adjacent to oceans. As the oceans rise due to global warming, they surround the trees and the saltwater kills them, turning them into arboreal ghost towns. They poke up through the water in various states of decay, often turning white. This painting is based on actual ghost forests that are markers of the history of our land. I thought of these white trees as pillars of salt, hence the name.
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