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Beginning in 1976, the author and his wife, Irina, both artists, have created a unique garden around their house near the ocean in Southern California. This book chronicles in text and photographs the development of their colorful garden. Erik Gronborg writes of how they dealt creatively with challenges like poor soil, a difficult slope, too little sun and far too little rain. The book also shows how their travels and training as artists contributed to the design. Though the garden is their private space, they have opened it for visits by numerous groups, and it has been the subject of magazine and newspaper articles.
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Erik Gronborg is an artist whose sculpture and ceramics have been widely exhibited in the United States and abroad. He has degrees in art from the University of California in Berkeley and for many years he taught sculpture, woodworking and ceramics in university and college. Since retirement from teaching he has continued to develop and refine the garden and to give presentations on the major historic garden cultures of the world.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1500475602