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Do you know who the artist is for this sculpture? I love it!
Landscaping Art (great for garden fencing)
sculpture - make one - laili
like a garden to stimulate and satisfy each and all of our senses.” — Allen Lacy, The Inviting Garden
Love the casual garden and statue. It evokes comfort, pleasure and wonder!
LIke the statute in the garden - perfect
Sculpture, single piece in garden landscape
This sculpture creates an entirely different vibe. The jubilant raised head and arms, paired with a jolt of implied movement, create a happy burst of energy to set a positive tone for the day, conveying that the sky is the limit.
13. Let the garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let
day brought new things to experience and learn … There is nothing like a garden to stimulate and satisfy each and all of our senses.” — Allen Lacy, The Inviting GardenThe answer to every question in life is surely in the garden. Every consolation, every encouragement, every dream is right out there —
Merry MountLeslie Rohrer
I love the sculpture as well as the placement!
Gorgeous garden! I particularly love how the sculpture is framed
the owner found the sculpture at an art fair in Chicago. Is there any way the owner can provide the artist's name? I don't live in the area but am interested in buying/commissioning a replica of this piece of art. It's exactly what I'm looking for in my Northern California garden.
This? The sculpture? The owner found it, I think it was an art fair in Chicago.
love modern sculpture with traditional house
Only the sculpture I like. It looks
in artful ways as well — stack them to create a tower, make garden sculptures or add house numbers to a large one in your front yard.
create a tower, make garden sculptures or add house numbers to a large one in your front yard.
Use boulders as decor in the garden or make different designs.
Inukshuk - add as feature in corner garden?
boulders in artful ways as well — stack them to create a tower, make garden sculptures or add house numbers to a large one in your front yard.
A big rock for the house number in the front garden?
bed or use a large, flat one for kids to scramble over and play on. Use boulders in artful ways as well — stack them to create a tower, make garden sculptures or add house numbers to a large one in your front yard.
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Perched alongside a pair of playful metal horse sculptures, wagon wheels give this garden a Wild West mien that escapes clichés.
interesting garden sculpture for next to nothing, let me know. We'll figure out a place to store it!
Statuary or garden sculpture always adds interest and whimsy any time of the year.
outdoor art, metal sculptures, life-size horses
horses satues in the garden ?
4. Sculpture. Adding art in the garden is another way to ensure there will be solid interest in the garden when the perennials have disappeered under the earth and flowers are a long-lost vision.
Manzanita Wall SculptureGardens by Gabriel
A found manzanita branch becomes an artful addition to a wabi sabi garden.
Wabi stems from the root wa, which means harmony, peace, tranquility and balance. In early Japanese poetry, wabi meant sad, desolate and lonely, but also humble by choice and in tune with nature — like this simple garden sculpture.
and balance. In early Japanese poetry, wabi meant sad, desolate and lonely, but also humble by choice and in tune with nature — like this simple garden sculpture.
Staggered steppers lead you through the shade garden to the back seating area. Hosta and Japanese Hakone grass were used for their textural harmony.
Old World Made NewGinkgo Leaf Studio
Staggered steppers lead you through the shade garden to the back seating area. Hosta and Japanese Hakone grass were used for their textural harmony. Westhauser Photography
Like the stone path The sculpture Sparse landscaping
like the wrought iron sculpture, and the foot stones.
lawn sculpture windows?
Sculpture, plantings, stones
Classic patio. Garden and shade.
For garden sculpture
Wind sculpture in garden
simple plants, ornate sculpture
Shade garden...garden statue idea...Metal sculpture...garden art...Garden ornament...garden sculpture...Garden sculpture?...Steel sculpture...Garden orb...garden furniture...metal sculpture..."garden ideas"...shade garden
Hemlock HouseMatthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
sculpture set off by fence boards and tulips
A sculpture I'd love to have
The sculptures clean lines
Statue in the garden
Remember art in the garden
Garden sculpture...garden. statue...garden art
Powdercoated steel & stainless steel wire sphere Size: 72" h x 20 w (c) TerraSculpture
I like a sculpture in the garden. Maybe off of the dining room
succulent garden with gorgeous orange sculpture
I like the use of succulents as an option for a garden roof. A small exposed garden in an apartment.
finish, in a San Francisco rooftop garden.
Use color for emphasis. The color, form and placement of a piece of art elevates it to a place of prominence in this hip rooftop garden. The glossy orange steel forms in "Tempest," by Jennifer Gilbert Asher of TerraTrellis, make a compelling connection with the
“To me, the most comfortable place for sculpture is at eye level," says Asher. "Stand back and study the placement from where most people will be enjoying the art. Perhaps it’s from inside the home, or sitting poolside, or from a front entry.”Here: "Tempest" in a dazzling orange powder-coated finish
Carefully chosen garden art is so special.
Rocks, the coniferous tree, the metal sculpture
Sometimes wildlife sculptures look ill-placed. Not this time.
Sculptures. Metal work in the garden is always a welcome sight and it's a good way to enhance the natural feel that a garden already has. This heron fits in perfectly with its surroundings, although there are many other options when introducing metal art. GI Designs has many offerings in the way of garden
garden sculptures. More: Browse outdoor sculptures and more in the Products section
Raised concrete curbs are used to define strong edges to this planted terrace with joints. A teak ball artfully composed with a boxwood cone, perennials and arching grasses, offsets one's eye terminating into a corner. Meg Messina, http://megmessina.com/
Terrace with planted jointsKatharine Webster MLA, INC.
Bought these at Artefact Design and Salvage in Sonoma at Cornerstone Gardens
Like the idea of a piece of garden sculpture
Like the idea of some sort of sculpture
Love the concert ball & the raised garden beds
Drift wood ball for garden
nice garden showpiece!
Garden Sculpture...Great sculpture!...item garden ball...wood sculpture...terraced garden
From Pre-Fab to FarmhouseHistorical Concepts
put birdhouse in a small garden enclosure
How I love this sculpture! Beautiful garden interest.
Love the feel of this area of the garden looking back at the house. Notice it is mostly just greenery... not much
The garden orb in the center of the path
Large feature piece in the front garden.
add a sculpture in the front yard
pretty garden focus orb in garden
Use a wind vane in the garden
maybe make the weather vane a patio sculpture
This is the view from just outside the studio across the gardens to the main house. This view also shows you just how successful the team was in making the house look like it had grown over the years.
Add a sculpture. Place an orb, a birdbath, a boulder or any other object you love in the front yard