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Wind, Water, Earth
DATES: Select Dates | Jan. 19 - April 25
TIMES: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
PRICE: Included with Membership or Garden Admission | Reservations Required
Wind, Water, Earth by Natasha Lisitsa and Daniel Schultz
Wind, located in Stardust Foundation Plaza, Jan. 19 – Feb. 19. Itis inspired by the tumultuous wind and dust storms that move across the desert landscape. Measuring in at 16 feet high and 8 feet wide, visitors can wander through the rings and gaze up at a “storm cloud” of plant materials, including cholla skeletons, yucca stocks, tree branches, tumbleweeds, and tropical bromeliad and heliconia.
About Natasha Lisitsa and Daniel Schultz
Natasha Lisitsa and Daniel Schultz, a wife and husband team, are internationally renowned floral installation artists. They are widely recognized for their larger-than-life installations, and unique approach combining flowers with structurally challenging forms.
Their studio, Waterlily Pond, based in San Francisco, California, has been commissioned by modern art museums, cathedrals, public spaces, and cultural organizations around the world to create large-scale floral art, with suspended installations up to 2000 pounds in weight. Natasha and Daniel have participated as featured artists in exhibitions in the USA and internationally, including at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, San Diego Museum of Art, World Flower Show in Japan, floral art exhibitions in Russia and Mexico, Festival Flora Spain where they won Grand prize, and Singapore Garden Festival, where they won Gold Medal and Best in Show. Natasha and Daniel’s work has been featured in numerous publications, including their own monograph Exuberant Floral Art published by Stichting Kunstboek in Belgium.
For more information, visit waterlilypond.com.