Here's a sneak peek at the Japanese Garden, set to open June 2015.
Inside and out they are showcasing mums. However, outside they haven't fully bloomed, so here's a good photo of the indoor display.
Here's the Michigan farm.
This statue is by the farmhouse.
I like the palette of colors and the reflection in the pond.
That's the statue of Eve by Rodin. I like how she's framed by the trees.
This is inside the gallery, the showcase for ArtPrize at the Gardens. This piece is part of the wall.
Here's a different angle to help you understand it.
These bricks are made from clothes, pressed into the shape of a brick. They were then stacked to look like a house that had been damaged. You can read the artist's statement here. I hope you'll take time to read it, she makes a fascinating statement.
I hope you enjoyed my visit. (And photos! I know, I'm shocked too!)