In 2009, The Art Guys married a live oak sapling in a performance as part of the exhibition No Zoning: Artists Engage Houston, mounted by the Contemporary Art Museum Houston.
In 2011, the work was acquired by The Menil Collection, where it was planted near the Rothko Chapel in a ceremony. In 2013, The Menil Collection officially deaccessioned the work. The tree and its bronze title plaque were removed from the grounds of the Menil Collection by The Art Guys.
Today, the live oak tree is alive and well in an undisclosed location.