After a little hibernation, the icon of Atlanta Botanical Garden is back!
A beautiful fixture at Atlanta Botanical Garden has returned after a little TLC over winter. The Earth Goddess is a garden-shrub-type sculpture that’s nestled in the gardens.
On Facebook, they revealed, “Earth Goddess is actually a work of mosaiculture, which treats individual plants like colored stones or tiles in a mosaic.”
But the best is yet to come, Atlanta. The gardens added, “After a couple of weeks of growth, she’ll be even more spectacular.”
That’s not the only awesome thing to do at the gardens either. Burning Man artist has taken over a fraction of the gardens for a gigantic, immersive aerial art installation.
The installation is part of the Garden’s SUPERnatural: Aerial Art in Motion, Glass Art in Bloom, opening May 15. As well as “Dream Flora”, on display through Sept. 19, the contemporary glass art is the creation of Seattle artist Jason Gamrath, presented through Oct. 31.
Atlanta Botanical Garden is located adjacent to Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta.
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