Art in the Garden

Fine art is that in which the hand, the head, and the heart of man go together,” said John Ruskin, 19th century, British essayist and art critic. Applying Ruskin’s definition, one’s garden could be fine art. And if you add a work of art to a beautiful garden?  Can one art form, the garden, enhance the other, a sculpture?

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About J. F. Booth

I am a writer and educator.
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One Response to Art In the Garden: April “Gardens” column

  1. nlg49@charter.net says:

    OK, I’m doing something wrong. I’ve gone through this a dozen times and it just keeps giving me the first paragraph and nothing more. You can show it to me when Ii get there. Love, Nancy

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