Miles and miles and ……….

“I Can See for Miles” is a song written by Pete Townshend of The Who, recorded for the band’s 1967 album, The Who Sell Out.  The song is stuck in the heads of d4collective’s designers after handling miles and miles of the material that creates ‘atmosphere’ surrounding The Garden in Verse.

The ‘atmosphere’ will surround a good portion of the garden giving it an ethereal, dreamy feeling.  Many people might ask, “What is it?  What does it mean?  What is it’s purpose?”  As with other forms of art, the viewer gets to decide for themselves.  If we can help you understand our intent, we might say that it is light, or birth, or a source of inspiration.  It creates a quiet space for discovery, appreciation and nurturing the soul.

d4collective is excited to open the doors of the 2011 Northwest Flower & Garden Show and help you discover your dreams and enable you to build a portion of them in your own garden.

The ‘atmosphere’ will be shocking to some.  Creating it has stretched all of our minds and perceived skill sets.  Our intent is that you’ll be refreshed and a clearing will happen…because new ideas are ready to flow….for miles and miles.  It is time.

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About d4collective

The team of four fantastic garden designers in Seattle, WA includes Octavia Chambliss, Susie Thompson, Barbara Lycett and Daniel Lowery
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4 Responses to Miles and miles and ……….

  1. Gail Grinnell says:

    this looks great!

  2. Susie Thompson says:

    Hi Gail: Thank you for checking in on the garden. The inspiration from your art installation that we viewed last summer has taken us to this place. Hope to see you at the show.

    Susie Thompson
    and d4collective

  3. Gayle says:

    Your ethereal garden was my favorite at the show… can I volunteer for you next year?

    Also, would love to know where I can find the leaf “cut out” fabric!

    Thank you…

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