Saturday, August 9, 2008

ANDRE GARDIN UNIQUE GARDEN ART





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15 comments:

Susie said...

Eve-I've seen this type of sculpture before. I think the creations are neat and I love the idea that those parts are recycled.

Eve said...

Susie, I was born into a recycling family. We didn't know it of course. We just thought we were poor. LOL It was recycle or do without.

Brenda Kula said...

Oh, be still my heart! You know my affinity for unusual things in the garden!
Brenda

Rose said...

I'm not sure I'd like a bull staring at me while I worked in the garden, LOL. The flowers are kind of neat, though.
Liked your comment about recycling, Eve. My kids used to make fun of me for re-using plastic food bags; now I'm "hip" for going green:)

tina said...

I just love it all!

cindee said...

Cool stuff(-: I love things like that.

deborah wilson said...

Eve,

Stopping by to visit and check out your blog. Sorry it took so long, but I've been in and out of a whirlwind for a few weeks. The garden sculptures look neat, I'm sure that I will find a lot of joy over here.

Thank you for stopping by my blog.

Lucy Stern said...

Thats cool!

Julie said...

I love his DON QUIXOTE.

Lib said...

Neat!
We always recycled but didn't know it,just thought we were poor and making do.lol
Have a great wk.
Blessins',Lib

Carla said...

I LOVE IT! The fact that some one can look at scrap and see art and then MADE it amazed me!

Skeeter said...
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Skeeter said...

Trash to Treasures! I love this form of artwork in the garden...

Perennial Gardener said...

I love your recycled garden art. How creative! :)

Rae said...

My neighbor's husband is a mechanic and owns his own garage. He made the Tin Man out of car parts. It is about 5 feet tall and AMAZING!!!!