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Sculpted garden grows out of the wilderness within


Sculpted garden grows out of the wilderness within

Dylan Lewis has created a landscape full of beauty bridging the wild and the tame and bringing artists together

Lucienne van Pul

The Dylan Lewis Sculpture Garden is a realm of many layers.

An unplanned and organically evolving artist-created domain, it contains not only physical sculpture and beautifully composed landscaping but a symbolic journey and visual dialogue that examines contrasts and parallels. Between man and nature, and the nature of man.

It explores in three-dimensional, textural form the dichotomies of life and the complexities of the human psyche. The wild and the tame, the animalistic and human, serenity and turmoil. The garden itself is a symbol for this complexity – beautiful, but also home to nature’s cycles of death, decay and destruction. ..

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