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Fifth Grade Garden Tours: Gardners by Design



Fifth graders step into a landscape architect’s shoes as they solve the problems of garden design. How do you blend a landscape and a built environment? How should it feel? Textures, shapes, colors, and symmetry are all elements that are part of good garden design. How do you deal with scale? Unlike paintings, living things grow. Will this plant still…

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Folio Weekly Exhibition Artist Highlight: David Engdahl



An architect by education and vocation, David Engdahl has been working with laminated wood sculpture since 1971, and has exhibited his works throughout the U.S., including over twenty states. His work is included in…

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Happy Birthday Giorgio Vasari!



On this day in 1511, the Renaissance Master Giorgio Vasari was born.

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