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studio and sculpture studio. The outbuildings are organized by and contained within a datum of low concrete walls, a tree bosque, hedgerows and a crushed stone sculpture court. The architecture gives way to the landscape and allows visitors to focus on nature. Keith's own large spherical sculptures dot the
What is the stone ground cover beneath the trees?
It is just local crushed stone / gravel
Those spheres, and buildings, sculpture on a human scale. I just really like it.
Variating size balls for jpnse garden
all in a smaller, almost cabin-like space. The structures shown here create exterior spaces with the aid of various landscape elements: A pea stone sculpture garden, hard-edged grass surfaces and concrete wall elements all work in concert to weave these structures together. Intervening spaces can be formal
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
Stone sculpture with tree and uplighting.
Dry river garden beside car port. Would this be a good carport panel/ Wall for addition?
Like the rock sculpture idea. Probably want to go with Rick that looks more natural for our area but like the rock idea.
stone sculpture garden
mondo grass and stone
Zen garden in wood deck
STONE MOUND...garden ideas...Rock sculpture...rock garden...Contemporary garden...garden scultures...asian garden...japanese garden
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
interesting thing to do with stones
Love the idea of a pile of stones to make "sculptures" with. A different take on a zen garden.
What to do with backyard stones
like the seating area and the rock garden in front of it.
A few of my projects have involved carefully identifying desirable plants in woodlands and clearing the undesirable ones. These places can become exciting places to explore, even without adding garden plants
A small seating area, and maybe even sculpture, added along a rustic path
even without adding garden plants. A small seating area, and maybe even sculpture, added along a rustic path could make for a magical place in the landscape.
Land art, de l’art à l’état purIci ce monticule de pierres et de galets organisé ressemble à une pyramide. La sculpture est en accord avec
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Do you know who the artist is for this sculpture? I love it!
sculpture - make one - laili
My jennah frolicking through our garden!
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 —
Exteriors By Chad Robert
How are the stones holding up in mid air like that?
How are those stones being held up
Where can i found one of these sculptures?
Please tell us about the stone paving
are they actual stones or fibreglass?
This is a actual job site photograph. The stones are done with magic.
Want to know what metal is connecting the stones of sculpture
Love it. Floating stones. Awesome.
I like the incorporation of the sculpture!
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
Private Residence - Eclectic Modern Residence
Harold Leidner Company - Landscape Architects - An eclectic, modern garden retreat with swimming pool and lush gardens.
Is it possible to find out where the red sculpture was made or purchased?
climate ( and have no traditional grass) in my garden
sculpture by Chris Georgesco Palm Springs,CA
This sculpture was a piece the owner had previously purchased and asked us to place in the garden.
the red sculpture is just what I need
sculptures instead of plantings for rock garden
statement with a big, bright sculpture. A large sculpture in the garden serves as a focal point and conversation piece.
sculpture on lawn by pool would be a great idea
1. Make a statement with a big, bright sculpture. A large sculpture in the garden serves as a focal point and conversation piece.
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Japanese Tea House west side. The gravel path contains a Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern. Photo credits:Dan Drobnick
Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern.
love the idea of taking nature and making sculpture!
like the look and feel of this garden
This impressive stacked-stone figure on the path to a Japanese teahouse is based on the inukshuk, a landmark cairn long used by native Arctic peoples. But it does have hoodoo genes: The Inuit also created inukshuk-like markers with the design requirement that they always resemble figures.
What is depth of rock wall behind beautiful sculpture?
The rocks are from Maranakos, a stoneyard east of Seatte, WA. The stones were placed with a boom truck and there are 2" diameter rods to hold the three stones together!
them to create a tower, make garden sculptures or add house numbers to a large one in your front yard.
stacking stones for outdoor landscape interest
round stone on top to make it look less like an inukshuk
What do you like about this photo?like stone henge idea
A lot of area can be taken up with garden decor - here an INUKSHUK occupies
to create a tower, make garden sculptures or add house numbers to a large one in your front yard.
Cairn, inukshuk and hoodoo elements can be seen in this sculpture by Seattle stonemason Cameron Scott, owner of Exteriorscapes. Its link to a hoodoo? Size. Scott’s stacked-stone wonder is 14 feet high;