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Guardian of the Garden

On March 8, 2012 By

In the midst of a hectic week I walked into the Visitor Center at the South Carolina Botanical Garden and was immediately calmed by the serene atmosphere. The benevolent guardian of the Garden’s 295 acres, the Center welcomes its visitors and guides them in discovering the beauties of nature. Originally built in [...]

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A Beautiful Reflection

On February 27, 2012 By

The nature-based sculpture exhibit at the South Carolina Botanical Garden Visitor Center is an avenue for the public to educate themselves about the sculptures and the artists. One of the most interesting features of the exhibit are the detailed models of actual sculptures in the garden, the most complex being the [...]

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Keep Your Love Of Nature

On February 20, 2012 By

“Keep your love of nature, for that is the true way to understand art more and more.” These are the words of Vincent Van Gogh, the talented and troubled artist who supposedly cut off his own ear and eventually committed suicide at the age of 37. Bizarre tragedy aside, his statement [...]

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Tree House Dreams

On February 12, 2012 By

Tree houses have held a special fascination for me since the first time I watched The Swiss Family Robinson. The idea of living in a home fashioned by branches and leaves fully captured my imagination as I’m sure it did many others. I was reminded of this childhood dream by this image [...]

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The Power of a Leaf

On February 5, 2012 By

A picture is worth a thousand words. Sound familiar? I know its cliché, but when I saw this image from a recent ad campaign by Plant-for-the-Planet Children’s Initiative that is the exact phrase that came to mind. The pictures feature leaves with images cut into them that symbolize their ability to [...]

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Ephemeral

On December 8, 2011 By

Ephemeral is a beautiful word often used to describe nature-based art. Ephemeral things embody a perpetual state of physical transformation, and the sculptures in the garden definitely meet this definition. In fact, people and nature are the same in that both are constantly changing. Uniting natural elements with artistic [...]

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As this semester comes to a close, Dr. Dylan Wolfe’s Senior Seminar and Creative Inquiry classes will present the new Nature-Based-Art sculpture program exhibit at the South Carolina Botanical Garden visitor center, here in Clemson, SC next Thursday, December 15 at 11am. All students, faculty, and employees of the SCBG are very excited about this [...]

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Nature Is Never Finished

On December 3, 2011 By

Engaging the natural landscape as a working environment gives artists a whole new level of inspiration with which to relate their ideas to a larger audience. Nature-based art allows a conversation between artists and the public about the relationship humans share with the earth. We all know the elements of nature can be an intense [...]

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