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     While on a motorcycle trip to Sturgis, Dave Udy picked up a piece of tire that had caught underneath his motorcycle trailer. As he removed it fro mthe axle, the frayed ends poked his hands and fingers. While he was bleeding all over the ends, he noticed how much it looked like a bunch of roses with the blood red ends. When he arrived home, he created the first bouquet of "re-tread roses." The inspiration for other flowers, trees, etc. etc. came later.

    This is an "environmentally correct" art form. Flowers, trees and other sculptures are made out of old, blown out, tire scraps that are picked up off the freeway. For the flowers the ends are dipped in a plastic coating material. For the trees, they may be dipped, sprayed or painted with the same material.


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Salt Lake Tribune
Article 09/09/2001

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