Art

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Have you ever seen something and realized it is exactly what you are looking for, but didn't know it until you saw it?  I have...

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Truly artistic garden art is not always so easy to find.  The market is flooded with kitsch and sometimes downright tacky garden "art" so truly...

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I find it particularly interesting when real life photography resembles abstract art.  Like the National Geographic photo I shared a couple weeks ago.  The Emply...

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Am I the only one who feels like this tuesday is more like a monday and really slow to get started? I hope you all...

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You probably have seen Anna Garforth's work around....she is one of the original 'moss words on walls' artists.  But she has some other really exciting...

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Simple is anything but simple.  Simple's (the artists name is simply, Simple) garden art is actually quite exciting.  My favorite is his collection of espaliered...

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When Scottish comedian (and master of profanity)  Billy Connolly commissioned Martin Cook to make a standing stone for his garden, it read  "There Is No...

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Franconia Sculpture Park in Min­nesota (located 45 min­utes north­east of the Twin Cities) is a “seedbed for big auda­cious unfet­tered cre­ation.” The 20-acre park supports...

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"From this [drawing], the treasure secretly gathered in your heart will become evident through your creative work." - Albrecht Dürer While searching for images for...

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I am taking endless inspiration from these beautifully painted picnic tables.  I love the intricate details and the way that the lines transform the boring...

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Say what you will, but if a garden has a giant life-size giraffe head and neck in it....it will instantly have my attention, even my...

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geometric garden globes www.pithandvigor.com
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I'm thrilled to start the week with introducing you to Wyatt Ellis.  A few years back  Wyatt translated his day job as a welder of...

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Stop Gassing your Gardens!!! the marching of the gnomes via www.pithandvigor.com
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I may be reading into this, but I think the message here has something to do with the gassing of gardens and the need to...

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So I have a favor to ask....I was nominated for a list of the Top 25 Home Design Moms and I need some votes.  Have...

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Roots and all the goings-on underground are that part of the garden that you generally can't see and whose fascinating structures we rarely visually appreciate. ...

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Teepees, pillows, light fixtures, giant sculptural hearts and shapes... none of these are outside of the realm of plant-able possibility for Montreal based designer Alexis...

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Back when I was in design school, I had this period of time where I was obsessed with re-grading every project so I could create...

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These stumps make me think about the energy and strength that is contained inside a living tree and how their impact on the landscape reflects...

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Have you ever pressed flowers?  It's really an easy affair when you are smashing posies in a book, but if you are looking for a...

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Living in a rather snowy and cold zone 5 climate, figs never really crossed my mind as a homegrown option.  Until a couple years ago...

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I almost forgot, I wanted to share this garden by Alex Hanazaki as part of my Chanel inspiration.  Something about the balls attached to the...

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