2021’s Most Romantic Gardens in the U.S.
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By Brenda Ryan for LawnStarter
What says romance better than a dozen roses? How about thousands of roses, along with lilies, tulips, philodendrons, and every other flower you can imagine.
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Submitted by on November 21, 2012 – 8:38 amNo Comment

Woodcut relief prints by Bryan Nash Gill offer a close look at the life of 25 trees next year in an exhibit at the Joutras Gallery of the Regenstein Center, Chicago Botanic Garden. 1000 Lake Cook Road, Glencoe, Illinois (map)

The prints will be on display between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. January 14 through April 14, 2013.

In am ink and paper documentation, Nash captures the miracle of nature and time through every line, crack, and tree ring. His prints are collected into Woodcut (Princeton Architectural Press, 2012).

(Image of English Oak by Bryan Nash Gill, courtesy of Chicago Botanical Garden)

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