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Art & Spirit in the Garden: Incorporating Sculpture into Your Outdoor Landscape
Thursday 21 September 2017, 07:00am - 08:30pm

Karin Stanley, Spiral Trilogy–Spiralsphere, Triasphere, Squaresphere

Where: The Gardens at Elm Bank - Parkman Room

Gathering inspirations from her love of poetry art and sculpture from her travels and musings in Ancient Ireland, Scotland and other countries in creating meditative spaces, areas for serenity, healing, reflection, dynamic impact, drama, humor or allegory. Karin Stanley's background as an artist/sculptor and garden designer and a graduate of the Radcliffe landscape design and history program- shares some of her process and practical ideas and advice on how to use sculpture and artistic enhancements that will help inspire a deeper vision and impact for your own garden, community or public project

Members: $12
General Admission: $20

copyright 2017 KMStanley

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