Garden Sanctuary SECOND EDITION
$0.00 – $8.00
Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 11am-12:30pm pst
Garden Sanctuary SECOND EDITION: The Elements & Principles of Landscape Design In this workshop author and Landscape Designer, John Beaudry, will discuss the five elements and eight principles of landscape design as described in his book Garden Sanctuary.
More about the author: Award winning landscape designer, author, and San Diego resident, John Beaudry creates outdoor living spaces to harmonize the environment. John shares his easy to follow process as featured in his book, Garden Sanctuary, along with inspiration to experience your garden as a personal sanctuary.
Create a Garden Sanctuary using Arts and Crafts style: SECOND EDITION focus on the elements and principles of landscape design.
John Beaudry will share insights he has learned over forty years of designing gardens, influenced by Arts and Crafts style, and grounded in sustainable practices. No doubt you have been bitten by the bug of gardening and have discovered the healing that comes with being in nature. It is here, in the rhythms of the natural world, where we find connection to our true nature.
The principles of Arts and Crafts style will guide you in working with these natural rhythms. Beaudry will outline the principals of Arts and Crafts style as outlined in his new book Garden Sanctuary: Designing for Comfort, Wholeness, and Connection. These principals include using nature as a primary source of inspiration and local materials and plants, using relaxed plantings, integrating the garden with the existing landscape and more.
No matter what style you are drawn to, learn how the pillars of Arts and Crafts design add strength to a garden. They transform spaces into much more than simply a garden. They help create places to entertain, to spend time with family, and to live life in relationship with the natural world.
John Beaudry connects people to nature. He does this through Beaudry Garden Design, www.beaudrydesign.com, where he creates restorative outdoor living spaces; and through Garden Sanctuary: Designing for Comfort, Wholeness, and Connection, a how-to garden design book that takes readers on a transformative journey of creating their own garden sanctuary. Through his not-for-profit Community Green www.beaudrydesign.com/community-green, he is committed to having every major U.S. city implement green roof infrastructure by 2025, thereby creating green cities for everyone.
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