These two photos were posted at GardenHistoryGirl this past Fall and are simply fabulous. GHG Blogger Arcady said she was inspired to post them after seeing similar concepts at other installations at the Chatsworth exhibit/sale.
The first photo is of copper garden pavers which might make a beauliful addition to any garden path. The second photo is of a collection of silver orbs in a garden pond.
Arcady wrote, “Yayoi Kusama did an installation of thousands of those silvery balls floating on the good-sized indoor lake within the Queensland Art Gallery in Brisbane, Australia a few years ago. As well as being lovely to look at, they made the most pleasant, deepish-hollow sound as they gently knocked together. And, best of all, all the children visiting had wonderful fun pushing the balls around.”
The original works are ‘Narcissus Garden’ by Yayoi Kusama and ‘Cuprux’ by Carl Andre.
Photo Credit: GardenHistoryGirl