The trees have come inside the Lyman Allyn Art Museum.
Some branches reach for the ceiling, as if searching for the sky. Others press earthward, more root than crown.
They spring forth from the unlikeliest of places — a glass vase, a chair — and evolve into ladders and back into branches again.
The works are part of “Forest Dreaming,” an exhibit of sculpture and paintings by the eco-artist Ana Flores that is on display through Oct. 24.
Flores, a Cuban-American sculptor and painter who grew up in West Hartford, has developed a powerful relationship to the environment since moving
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