Volume 3, Number 9
June / July 2010

Inside Out - Open Air Structures

 

Our latest publication is designed as a companion piece to an early release, Gardens -- Earthly Delights (Vol. 2, No. 12). Our illustrated history of horticultural preserves proved one of our most popular issues. Volume 3, Number 9 builds on the same theme.

Now you'll uncover the story behind summerhouses, belvederes, pavilions, kiosks, bowers, arbors, pergolas, berceaux, tea houses, temples, strombrellas, gazebos, grottoes, promenades, and pagodas. By many names, garden structures have sheltered work, special events, personal retreats, entertainment, and spiritual or physical renewal. Trace the history of open air buildings from the inside out. From the cradle of civilization to the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and beyond. Forty pages of black and white illustrations and text in a 5-1/2" X 5-1/2" X 3/8" format tell the tale.

As an added bonus, this issue includes an envelope of artful ideas for creating your own garden themed art projects. Templates, techniques, and tips will turn you inside out with inspiration. Make decorative plant stakes, standup greetings, lattice designs on any art surface, and tissue paper "paintings." It's all there in black and white!

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