Algae Pots

July 1, 2011

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas, whose native clay pots are still on display in the garden, has been working on a new project this summer. Using dried algae culled from the various ponds on our grounds, she has fashioned another series of small pots. They are currently arranged down by Little Lake (although today's strong winds have returned some to the water) where they are attracting the attention of curious ducklings!

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

UPDATE!
Yesterday's wind scattered the pots, and deer tracks indicate that it's not only ducklings who have had their curiosity piqued!

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

To see the complete set, click here.


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