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Posted inBeetle Blog

Some find art in wood killed by beetles

Some have thought about the beetle-kill epidemic in a different light — many even turning it into a profit. Artisan communities in the Intermountain West — painters, photographers, and sculptors — have used the epidemic as a means to further their creative arts and instincts. A recent photo exposition by University of Wyoming alumni Josh King is a good example.