Hello Colleagues,

My living form,House for Summer, is more than a wall, but is a living tree sculpture in Portland, Oregon now 33 years growing. This artist-initiated work is located in the City's arboretum, and in is in the public art collection maintained by RACC.
Annual art maintenance (trimming and tying) keeps the sculptural form; annual tree maintenance keeps the plants healthy. 

Helen Lessick
Structural Expressionism
Los Angeles

On Mon, 8 Jul 2019 at 12:54, Louise Kennelly <Kennelly@frederickartscouncil.org> wrote:
The artist Heather Clark created a ‘Living River’ in the shape of a double helix covered in sedum plants as part of public art piece  that is also an outdoor amphitheater programmed by the Frederick Arts Council. 

It is watered by a self-watering system that includes a rain-filled cistern. 

It works well, remains beautiful, and is low-maintenance. For more info visit www.skystagefrederick.com

On Mon, Jul 8, 2019 at 12:31 PM Sybille Welter <SCWelter@wpb.org> wrote:

Hello All:


Has anyone worked with an artist to create a Living Wall?  If so, pros and cons? 




Sybille Welter

City of West Palm Beach, Art in Public Places (AiPP) Program


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Louise Kennelly
Executive Director
Frederick Arts Council
11 West Patrick Street, Suite 201
Frederick, MD 21701
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301-662-4190 (office)

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