How to Create an Outdoor Living Art Gallery

Annes Garden 23Annes Garden 20Annie's Art Fence in backAnnes Garden 16An ordinary garden can easily become an outdoor art gallery, and there are many ways to do it.  You can paint your art, or have the neighborhood children paint it on your fence, or have some of your best friends have an art party where you all paint parts of the overall art project that you agree on.

It is just this simple, and as for cost, thrift stores are great places to find unknown artists works of arts.  Don’t hesitate to look at art from trash finds.  You may find some of the best art you can imagine.  And don’t worry about it being outside; my art has been though rain, snow, sunshine, and it was still standing when I moved. Also, this whole fence was recycled from in my area.  The fellows that brought it to me installed it for me and did part of the painting of the wood.  I did the rest later on.Annes GardenAnnes Garden 5

The more art and the more variety you provide, the better it will be.  So here is my former outdoor art gallery.

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6 thoughts on “How to Create an Outdoor Living Art Gallery

  1. While my house has no outside space, I feel the whole village is my garden and I love it. Besides, I don’t have a green thumb, I could probably kill a silk plant… 😉

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    1. That is a lovely way to look at it. We can always create “A Garden of the Mind,” and that can be whatever you want it to be. When you love something as YOU have created it, you will care for it and keep it deep in your soul where it will stay alive forever. I loved your humor about killing a silk plant. There is actually a truth in that humorous statement about everything in this life we encounter. Without care and conscious awareness, we can kill most anything. Thank you for the excellent share.

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    1. Thank you most kindly. Yes, as a senior, just you and your wonderful wife are exploring your own lives out in the wilderness, I explore my own in whatever environments I am able to create, and I find symbolism to connect to this great universe of ours. There is something empowering about being able to create these microcosmic environments within our larger world. It gives us a whole new way to view it just as you are doing by experimenting with different sections of the world. Congratulations and may you both be forever blessed.

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