Art

I think every garden benefits from having some artistic elements in it, beyond that of the plants themselves that is. Here are a few in this garden. Several are by local artists, one was created here at home from materials from a hardware store and a local garden art supplier, another also built several years ago here, one was found at a local garden give away, one was my brother’s and a couple were my mom’s. They add a unique bit of interest to the garden and sometimes surprise a grin, a chuckle, an intake of breath or a warm feeling of goodwill from a visitor.

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7 responses to this post.

  1. Your garden and art are beautiful. It looks like a wonderland:-) a great space to be and create in!

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    • Thanks for your comment. It’s a small space but we’ve done all we can to make the most of it. The Art adds a nice touch as it mellows into the garden and ages in place. It feels so good to be in this garden… πŸ˜‰
      best,
      Steve

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      • it sure does not look small, you seem to have a talent for detail..amazing space!

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        • You’d be amazed how small it really is. Just a small city lot and much of it is the house and lawn. I stole what I’ve gotten from my partner’s volleyball court… lol… just joking.. He loves it too! That’s why I use dwarf plants so much. They make it feel bigger… πŸ˜‰
          Thanks again for visiting!
          Steve

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  2. Posted by White Rabbit's Gallery on January 21, 2014 at 6:32 pm

    Lovely!

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