In 2013 I became obsessed with the discovery of a noble tree ripped off its footing, roots and all, out where I work in the forest along the Appalachian Trail in Northwest New Jersey. This tree blown off it's boulder home during Superstorm Sandy at Harmony Ridge had become a majestic horizontal sculpture with a flat circular root pattern spiraling vertical into the air, evidence of the shallow yin and yang sloping surface of its former boulder home. Today Superstorms are are getting much worse and more common. I hope that this installation shows the unfriendly side of nature and gains the attention of millions of viewers. In 2011 with support of NYFA and the Prospect Park Conservancy, three sculptures were exhibited around the Boat House/Audubon Center in an exhibition called "Nature in Nature". That exhibition showed the nature.we all take for granted. "Superstorm", the actual sculpture, was finally completed in 2018 with funding from a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship.