Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Sculpture.


New forms. If I am destined to be a constant gardener, that's not a bad thing. Gardening is really just playing and art rolled into one big possibility. Here is a new tree, birthday present, caught and hauled back to the compound in the back of the kangoo.
New sculptural form and colour, it will become a shady seat area for when we start the hothouse tea-gardens, project 5,467, fraught no doubt with legislation nightmares and new toilet arrangements, but I think it could be a good one....
For the ultimate in land transformation, take a look at 'le jardin bouichere' in Limoux near Mr Brico. They purchased a rubbly field about 15 years ago and after extreme toil it is now a paradise of plants, trees and parrots.
Another favourite inspiration of mine is/was Derek Jarmen's garden. Situated almost in the shadow of the concrete bulk of dungeoness power station, its stones, sculptural objects, and salt brave plants were a wonder.
Am now going to google it, might add a link...

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