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Future Feast in the Garden of Flow/Accumulation

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Channel of patterned slate with pits of lava rock, symbolizing the depletion of natural resources; to either side, channels symbolizing hope, with plants that remove toxins and oak seedlings reforesting a landscape of charred wood. Photographs by Marion Brenner

I opened my design studio, Sculptural Landscapes, in 1984, after receiving a Masters of Arts degree in sculpture. What began as a design/build practice slowly evolved into a design/project management studio. Monumental sculpture became a major element of my work; I viewed my sculpture and my landscapes as one and inseparable. Attending the 2008 Bioneers Conference dramatically affected my way of thinking, living, creating, and designing. I studied the concept of permaculture and the developing technology for green roofs. My design practice evolved further into one that is committed to deep ecology, using permaculture principals that emphasize soil building, water conservation, plantings that sustain each other, local materials, and a conservation of energy and resources. I worked to find my way in this new world that had become my passion.

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