Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama poured more than a thousand reflective balls into a pond and covered trees in the New York Botanical Garden with dotted spots as part of a park-wide exhibition.
The show, which was postponed from last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, is open to visitors until October 10.
Kusama, famous for her colossal artwork filled with polka dots, used bungee ropes and metal pins to tightly encase the many trees in a red polyester fabric covered in white spots.
The piece is called Ascension Dotted Trees.
Other installations by the artist in the gardens include a lake filled with 1,400 reflective steel balls for the Narcissus Garden, a continuous installation based on a performance art piece that Kusama first made in 1966.
The 92-year-old artist  previously filled an abandoned building on New York's Rockaway Peninsula with similar spheres, and she also created a star-shaped aluminum sculpture called I Want to the Universe, which was installed above a mirrored pool.
Another is a crop of colorful, cartoon-like metallic flowers that sprout from a circular water feature under the glass dome titled "My Soul Blooms Forever" at Enid A Haupt Conservatory - a greenhouse built in 1902 filled with palm trees and orchids.