Pasadena Art Center School of Design

Pasadena Art Center School of Design

Rooftop Succulent garden planter S Raymond Avenue Pasadena

Pasadena Art Center School of Design

Pasadena Art Center School of Design

Rooftop Succulent garden planter S Raymond Avenue Pasadena

Pasadena Art Center School of Design

Pasadena Art Center School of Design

Rooftop Succulent garden planter S Raymond Avenue Pasadena

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

China Town LA Native grasses in re-purposed light fixture on car cylinder stand

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

China Town LA Native grasses in re-purposed light fixture on car cylinder stand

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

China Town LA

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

China Town LA

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery Cactus and succulent care instructions

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

China Town LA

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

China Town LA

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

China Town LA

5thFloor Gallery

5thFloor Gallery

China Town LA

West Hollywood CA

West Hollywood CA

West Hollywood CA

West Hollywood CA

West Hollywood CA

West Hollywood CA

Chung King Road China Town L.A.

Chung King Road China Town L.A.

Street planters featured on Renovation Nation TV show

Chung King Road China Town L.A.

Chung King Road China Town L.A.

Street planters featured on Renovation Nation TV show

The use of intentionally corroded metal in various states of tarnish and rust, mismatched plant groupings, mixed with cast away industrial waste, are an understated call to observe the pieces up close and behold the unassuming yet quiet authority of seemingly ugly objects that speak to all that exists, including the thoughts and creations of a human mind expressed in poetic variability and irregularity. Presenting an illusion of permanence, yet wearing down to eventually fade into non existence makes for slowing down, being patient, and looking more closely, to appreciate whatever is encountered in the continually changing container garden.

Container Gardens

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