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Richard C. Reames (born September 20, 1957) is an American arborsculptor, nurseryman, author of two books and a speaker at horticultural events. He coined the word arborsculpture and was the first to publish a comprehensive history of the art form in his book Arborsculpture- Solutions for a Small Planet.
"This unique art form uses the living growing tree as the medium to create a variety of forms from living chairs and benches to geometric patterns formed by living tree trunks. The power and magic of this art is in the length of time that each work represents."
Any type of tree can be used, all that is required is sun, soil, water and a plan.