|Stunning. This deep red container is the perfect counterpoint to 'Grace' smoke bush.|
It echoes the color while offering a strong solid mass amongst the billowing plantings
as well as reflecting light, adding drama to the scene.
Shelley garden Woodinville, WA
Photo courtesy of One Thousand Words Photography
|I can just picture this hanging from a huge dead tree in our|
garden! Created by Abraxas Crow Company
Only when you have answered the where can you assess if a piece of garden art would be the answer. Ask yourself, what would this offer? How would it enhance the overall design?
|Moving in the wind, this piece could|
would make a unique focal point
Created by Living Metal
|Dangling glass jewels sparkle in the sun|
Bellamy garden, Dallas TX
|Child's art displayed amongst Sedum|
Photo courtesy Alyson Ross Markley
|This quirky bird bobs its head!|
Interactive art work adds an extra
When you are fortunate to have a number of garden rooms the art can have a change of personality but still relate it to the surroundings. For example a woodland glade would suit simple stone sculptures rather than a shocking orange Totem Pole. Having said that if the homeowner’s signature color was orange and this was repeated in different ways throughout the space it could still work and be a wonderful way to insert a little piece of themselves into the space.