Sculpture at the North Carolina Botanical Gardens in Chapel Hill

Like dark chocolate and red wine…..Sculpture and Plants are made for each other!

Don’t miss this opportunity to see some beautiful, whimsical, thought-provoking, humorous  sculptures set in and amongst the native plants of North CarolinaAlter Ego's journey by Tinka Jordy Tinka Jordy’s ‘Alter Ego’s Journey’

Inner Beauty by Cathy Perry

Cathy Perry’s ‘Inner Beauty’Second string divers by Sofie Kennedyand Sofie Kennedy’s ‘Second String Divers’

These are a few of the sculptures on show at the North Carolina Botanical Gardens 27th Annual Sculpture in the Garden which showcases the splendor and beauty of art in the garden from September 20-December 11, 2015.

It always inspires me to create a sculpture for my own  garden; maybe next year?

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Sculpture at the North Carolina Botanical Gardens in Chapel Hill

    1. Yes, a piece of sculpture is a great focus for any part of the landscape and of course, invaluable in winter when you need something to add interest in the empty spaces when some of the plants die back or go dormant.

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