Art

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I am wracking my brain for a place to put this beautiful wallpaper panels. If I had a potting shed that wasn't a fall down,...

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I am amazed at the beautiful things that Lucy Slivinski is creating from junk yard scraps. Take tailpipes, scrap metal, old bed springs, even old...

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Have you ever written something off and then been completely wrong? I love Etsy, but never thought it a place to find garden products or...

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Marissa writes a blog called Vanilla Bean Knits and she is in the blogging class that I am taking. Cruising around and meeting my classmates,...

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Gregg Fleishman is an amazing artist designer and inventor from Culver City CA. I came across his furniture on flickr (check out these two amazing...

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It is not often that you get to actually meet and chat with people you admire and then find them worthy of the pedestal you...

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When I was in design school I spcified a curtain wall for a student project. Giant red theatrical outdoor curtains to make an already interesting...

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Les Botta Garden Sculpture by Artists Serge Bottagisio and Agnes Decoux
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I have long adored the work of Serge Bottagisio and Agnes Decoux but didn't actually know who the artists were. A few years back, Cleve...

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The Hudson Valley Seed Library is developing a locally grown seed network and hopes to be able to offer 100% locally grown seeds by 2014....

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Jennifer Asher is the artist behind Terra Sculpture and her mission is the make modern garden art accessible.  Her pieces are striking and simple and...

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I am taking inspiration this week from Vulgare.net.  You should head over for interesting posts that capture images of landscapes and landscape art from around...

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Roliquery is a word that artist Amy Brier created to describe her sculpture.  She creates beautiful balls with carved features that when rolled in soft...

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7000 flowers, 4800 hours of work to assemble, 4000 m2 paper.  WOW!! Utterly beautiful, but I think it would have been easier to grow all...

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Do you know much about Shell House history?  I don't and I wish I did.  I have seen a few here and there, mostly in...

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And I am not even that big a fan of roses.... Photo By Patrick Demarchelier.

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I will never look at my wheel barrow and shovels the same way again.  Or dirt for that matter.  Cal Lane's works have other artistic...

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I love the idea of paintings that are suitable for both interior or exterior hanging.  These paintings are each hand painted by the artist on...

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Years ago I took a Garden Photography class from one of my favorite garden photographers (Clive Nichols) and one of the biggest things that I...

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As I was preparing my previous post, I saw these pretty Dendron 'tree' coat racks from Varangis. The Varangis versions are presumably not intended for...

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My Bathroom makeover is featured on Design*Sponge today.  I am so excited and flattered.  Already there are lots of questions about the prints on our...

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I got lost for a while yesterday at Big Cartel.  I thought you might like to see some of what I found.  I only made...

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