Design

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Do you remember this post? I do... for two reasons....first, it remains to this day, one of the most responded to posts since I wrote...

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Last week, in preparation for the next issue of Leaf Magazine, I worked a little photo shoot with Roanne Robbins (as the floral creator) and...

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Is this not perhaps one of the most fantastically interesting garden swings that you have seen?   It is made by De Bruir, as are...

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London is calling. I am super excited for 2012 -  I am going to be making a variety of trips to cover some really great...

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Oh Dear!-- look what I've just discovered.  The photography of Tim Pugh has me crushing on him like I crush on Andy Goldsworthy and other...

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I have spent a big part of my Sunday morning drooling over images of all sorts of great garden designers and styists...I am not sure...

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I had few revelations over the weekend. Not the least of which was that I need to settle down and get back to a sense...

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Sun Block printed bottles via www.pithandvigor.com
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I am not sure how I feel about being old enough to see fashions and fads truly recycle themselves.  I remember my grandmother and mother...

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Nuria Mora has a new installation on a rooftop by the East River in New York City.  It's not jsut a painting, but a garden,...

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I am fascinated by the creativity of Gregory Euclide.  His landscapes are a mixed media, surreal, pleasure to rest your eyes on.   As a kid...

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Rich pomeranze daisy via www.pithandvigor.com
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I am so excited to introduce you to the first of a few guests I have lined up while I am away.  Rich Pomerantz garden...

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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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Camel Thorn Trees in Namibia photographed (yes photographed -- look closely this is not a painting -- but a photo) are blowing my mind.  Where...

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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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What you are you up to this week?  I wrapped up one project last week and am installing another one today (and maybe into tomorrow).  ...

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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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