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Contemporary Sculpture Garden Contemporary Landscape, Albuquerque

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kendallarey wrote:
artist name and contact info please? - Would like info for sculpture of figure balancing on ball.
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I believe Hunter Kirkland Gallery represents this artist. I am not sure of the artist's name.
Address: 200 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone:(505) 984-2111
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rebecca62 wrote:
Yes, where is the sculpture from?
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I believe Hunter Kirkland Gallery represents this artist:
Address: 200 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone:(505) 984-2111
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planochick wrote:
Statue - Who is the Artist????
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I believe the artist is represented by Hunter Kirkland Gallery in Santa Fe. I am not sure of the name of the artist
Address: 200 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone:(505) 984-2111
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to Create a Garden That Tells a Story
Sculpture can also act as a period in a garden. This piece serves as a focal point at the end of a path.Treating your garden as a written narrative can inject new life and meaning into it. Period.
Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to How to Choose and Site Garden Art
Purchased objects. Most of us will probably purchase garden art from galleries, online sources, directly from artists or even from architectural salvage yards. Pieces are available for every taste and budget, but it’s helpful to follow some important guidelines by asking yourself the following questions: Does the piece relate to the architectural style of the dwelling? Does it relate to the garden’s sense of place? Is it something that appeals to your personal aesthetic?

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Most of us will probably purchase garden art from galleries, online sources, directly from artists or even from architectural salvage yards. Follow these important guidelines: Does the piece relate to the architectural style of the dwelling? Does it relate to the garden’s sense of place? Is it something that appeals to your personal aesthetic?
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