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"Art of the Garden: Daniel Dienelt at the Conservatory" Exhibit

2018-07-14 2018-11-11 "Art of the Garden: Daniel Dienelt at the Conservatory" Exhibit <p>"Art of the Garden: Daniel Dienelt at the Conservatory" Exhibit <br />July 14 - November 11 <br /><br />While some gardens feature art, this garden is its own work of art. 'Art of the Garden' blurs the line between landscape and fine art, using features found in nature -- forest, mountain, and lake - to create an entirely human-made aesthetic experience. The exhibit is designed to invoke surprise, intrigue, and moments of reflection in the visitor. Constructed using natural materials and innovative fabrication, the exhibit mimics, but does not copy nature. A reflecting pond, grove of trees, and colorful, textured plantings are complemented by contemporary art works including mural paintings, a multi-media artifact wall, and the sculptural representation of a mountain. Experience this collaborative art and garden installation created by local artist Daniel Dienelt and landscape designer Chad Shaw. Sponsored by the M.E. Raker Foundation. <br /><br />Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory<br />1100 South Calhoun Street<br />Fort Wayne, IN 46802<br />(260) 427-6440<br /><br />Hours:<br />Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm<br />Thursday 10am - 8pm<br />Sunday Noon - 4pm<br /><br />Admission<br />Adults $5<br />Children (ages 3-17) $3<br />Age 2 and under Free</p> 1100 South Calhoun Street Fort Wayne, IN America/Indiana/Winamac
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"Art of the Garden: Daniel Dienelt at the Conservatory" Exhibit
July 14 - November 11

While some gardens feature art, this garden is its own work of art. 'Art of the Garden' blurs the line between landscape and fine art, using features found in nature -- forest, mountain, and lake - to create an entirely human-made aesthetic experience. The exhibit is designed to invoke surprise, intrigue, and moments of reflection in the visitor. Constructed using natural materials and innovative fabrication, the exhibit mimics, but does not copy nature. A reflecting pond, grove of trees, and colorful, textured plantings are complemented by contemporary art works including mural paintings, a multi-media artifact wall, and the sculptural representation of a mountain. Experience this collaborative art and garden installation created by local artist Daniel Dienelt and landscape designer Chad Shaw. Sponsored by the M.E. Raker Foundation.

Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory
1100 South Calhoun Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
(260) 427-6440

Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
Thursday 10am - 8pm
Sunday Noon - 4pm

Admission
Adults $5
Children (ages 3-17) $3
Age 2 and under Free

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