Making gardenArt challenges my imagination in regards to what is beautiful and what is ugly within the context of a garden setting. I utilize found organic materials, recycled decorative art, discarded satellite dishes, garden pots and other whimsey for my gardenArt assemblages; chollaBowls, alters, good luck charms, windchimes, shot metal wall and fence lights, and cactus lanterns.
Much of my personal inspiration is derived from the relationship I have with my home garden. It is my daily go-to, a private experience with nature, and is doubly important when I can’t hit the desert roads for some exploring and pic taking.
I think of my garden as a personal laboratory where I can experiment with light, gardenArt, plants – and hone design and horticultural skills. The garden is where I go to express creativity, sit in the sun, contemplate, meditate, exercise, and generally commune with nature. Click for More Garden Image Galleries