The Catherine Dianich Gallery, Brattleboro, VT, 2014
Within the garden we cultivate the plants we need for food, shelter or aesthetic beauty. It is seen as complex beauty, from the shape and size of plants to the dominance of species and the patterns of color through growth, life and death. Cultivated gardens have pattern and structure controlled by humans. Wild gardens rely on chance and serendipity to make a play of shapes, colors and textures as a result of indigenous climate, growth cycles, life and death.
The evolution of my artistic work has changed from reflections of our natural world to expressing the human connections to that world.
clip from video projection “In the Garden” Green House Projection