Anthony Heinz May’s artwork can be seen all over the nation, showcased in approximately 20 U.S. cities blurring the lines of the natural world with mankind’s digital creation.
The Sheridan Public Arts Committee has brought May to Sheridan to assemble his latest work, Virtual Treetise, for the city’s residents.
Raised in ruel Oregon, May was surrounded by nature and his art is greatly influenced by natural beauty while reflecting the digital age of mankind.
While appearing on Sheridan Media’s Public Pulse, May told listeners the work of Virtual Treetise reflects a celebration and memorial.
The work is life size and will require two days for May to assemble near the intersection of West Dow Street and Main Street.
May’s work is available to Sheridan residents thanks to the efforts of the Sheridan Public Arts Committee. The committee has brought over a hundred permanent works of art to the Sheridan community.