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In this idyllic scene on a warm spring morning, Terry Redlin asks us to consider both the wonders of nature and the many caring people who work to maintain its splendor. Here in a cathedral of over-arching trees, near altars of sweet smelling flowers, young students and their teachers consult the health of the river's newly flowing waters. The youngsters test the water's purity and compare it with previous years. They collect samples of insect populations for signs of unique new arrivals. In the glory of this secluded setting, they learn how to preserve its pristine beauty.
"It is a tribute to conservationists, both old and those in training," the artist says, "who seek to preserve our precious environment for the generations to come."
This Piece has been Signed by Terry Redlin