Tag Archives: Art & Inspiration

Cornerstone Sonoma

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Gardens are funny things. They are of nature, but not natural. They are the results of unseen human hands and, mostly, scaled to a human-sized experience. Sometimes the gardener’s hand is more hidden; other times, it is much more apparent. Along the … Continue reading

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Petal Drop LA (02) – The Jacaranda Edition

Something magical happened the last weekend in May. A Cemex concrete plant was converted into a jacaranda blossom processing factory and a mysterious message appeared along the LA River. A few smaller scale vignettes were sprinkled between the two main sites. As this … Continue reading

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Petal Drop LA (01)

From the anonymous, rogue artists that brought the Griffith Park Tea House to L.A. last summer, Petal Drop happened today in a tiny alley off of Broadway. When we arrived close to dawn, the city was still quiet. Aside from sleeping … Continue reading

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Fruit & Tea : Clay & Wood : Earth & Fire

Within the past week, LA has been gifted two beautiful pieces of public art that, in some ways, could not be more different from each other, but that both embody a huge spirit of generosity by the artists who created … Continue reading

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Chasmanthe with Choresia Trunk

It’s Chasmanthe season again (at Offramp Gallery).

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Summer Preview

It isn’t really summer yet, but you wouldn’t know it from the hot weather we had the past couple of days. Here’s a little taste of what’s to come at the Getty Museum over the next few months. The garden … Continue reading

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Seneca Falls, Selma, Stonewall and…. Seuss

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Happy Inauguration Day. In honor of yesterday’s events, I am posting a few photos from my recent trip to Washington D.C. This was the first time I’ve visited the relatively new MLK, Jr. … Continue reading

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