Origami and the Folding of Botanical Form

As an artist I think of the blooming of flowers as the creation of a living sculpture. Cells grow, multiply and migrate into petals that form the blossoms, often with petals surrounding stamen and pistil. Sometimes I think of this process as nature’s origami.

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Patterns in Nature

As humans our ability to process and interpret information from our five senses helps form and shape our concepts of the world. Our brain deciphers the data of sight, smell, touch, sound, and taste, forming the framework for our interaction with the environment.

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Rainscape Garden

Designing a garden to conserve rainwater and grow native species is an important way to integrate suburban landscape choices into the rhythm of nature.

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Boro Kimono

Boro Kimonos: Threads of History, bears homage to the inspiration, workmanship, and heritage of the creators of Japanese Boro kimonos.

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