I found these framed prints of American artist Warren Kimble at the thrift store, and bought them to use for a new painting of Aspen trees. I decided to not entirely cover them up, instead to incorporate my painting into his. I hang one of the frames right side up, the other upside down, to mess with the viewers perception. The Aspen trees I painted have Cytospora Cankers and Saperda Calcarata (wood boring insects) on them. These insects are parasitic and eventually can kill the tree. The sap of the tree leaks out of the wound, resembling blood.