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Kizuna: West Meets East | Denver Botanic Gardens. Art installations by Tetsunori Kawana and Stephen Talasnik. 2012.
This season’s signature exhibition, Kizuna: West Meets East, brings together two installation artists working in bamboo: Tetsunori Kawana and Stephen Talasnik. Through different working methods, both artists employed this versatile natural material to create large site-specific works for the Gardens. In addition to these ephemeral artworks, Denver Botanic Gardens will proudly unveil the newly expanded Japanese Garden, Shofu-en, with the additions of the new Bill Hosokawa Bonsai Pavilion and
At the Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield, they have an 8-acre corn maze this fall in addition to the pumpkin fest where you can pick your own pumpkin. Fall is my favorite season.
Thread installation. I love bright colors, so this wows me because of the use of color and the uniqueness of the sculpture.
Art installation at Clark Shoes International Headquarters by ROSO #architecture
Keith Lemley is a contemporary artist based in the US who’s work is about “seeing the unseen – the invisible presence which exists in our minds and surrounds all objects, experiences, and memories.”
(Luminous earth grid, art installation by Stuart Williams)
A Monochromatic Farewell to a Condemned House in Germany street art installation Germany
VIA GRAFIK, SOONER OR LATER IT ALL COMES DOWN: installation for names festival in praha.
ART: Invasive Ant Art Installations by Rafael Gómezbarros via Wetheurban
HITOSHI KURIYAMA, LIFE RECOLLECTION: concrete bunkers > most things
Bamboo installation by TANABE Shochiku, Japan 田辺小竹 Incredible!!!
Tokujin Yoshioka. Doesn't that look like the perfect place for an adventure?
Equilibrium, 2009 stainless steel wire, silvered glass beads, aluminum....Alyson Shotz