Art masterpieces on the walls of great museums and masterpiece gardens throughout the world influence our own backyard gardens. Since Gertrude Jekyll declared that garden-making is a fine art equal to painting, gardeners have eagerly used elements of color, line, form, and composition. Our gardens become our living artistic creations. Gardens, like art, affect us, move us, and most importantly touch our emotions. This is why humanity has turned to gardens for conversation, recreation, food, and restoration of the spirit. Illustrated with original images from public and private gardens across the U.S, Canada, Australia, Europe, British Isles, and Scandinavia. The ideas are sure to delight and inspire listeners to design their own masterpiece garden using five memorable guidelines.
About Linda Larson
For over a decade Linda has been exploring the world thru gardens wandering in 900 gardens on five continents, in 32 countries & all 50 US states. She shares her insight & discoveries thru engaging programs illustrated w/ nature’s beauty &; curiosities