Sol LeWitt’s Lines in Four Directions in Flowers is mentioned in Vogue’s Culture page, be sure to visit it at Reilly Memorial in Fairmount Park! 

“We wanted to have that pixelation of plants, so that the negative space is just as important as the positive,” says Sue Weiler, a partner at OLIN, the landscape architectural firm that executed the project.

1 year ago on 06/12/12 at 03:27pm
via Vogue
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    A Sol LeWitt piece created out of plants that bloom with color in the spring/summer and retain their linear direction in...
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