Garden Installations


My new catalogue/brochure

Environmental Art Installations

Over the past eleven years I have made temporary works on the land. These installations evolve and change through the seasons.

“Mow,” started in 2007 uses the lawn mower as a sculptural tool.

“Leaf Parterre” uses lawn regeneration. Both use the parterre formal garden structure as a template.

At I-Park in East Haddam, Connecticut I created permanent garden installations that relate to the local environment.

Started in 2012, “Invasives - Topiary - Parterre”  uses four invasive species found within I-Park. The plantings are restricted by square cages.

“Hortus Conclusus - Enclosed Garden,” made at a residency  at I-Park in May/June 2014 consists of two installations - Enclosed Turf Garden and The Forbidden Garden

With an agreement made with I-Park these works will be maintained by me in perpetuity.

Natural Parterre is a new project started in November 2018 at Hillstead Museum in Farmington, Connecticut.

Link to a YouTube video about I-Park and the installations broadcast by Channel 4’s “Better Connecticut” WFSB, on July 22nd 2015

Link to a YouTube video by Andrew Neumann of a talk I gave about the installations to fellow artists at I-Park in June 2014.

This is a Brochure from the I-Park Website

Art in the Garden - Landscape Installations

Garden Installations at I-Park - Invasives and Hortus Conclusus