Today's photos are from Warren Reynolds in British Columbia. He says, "These photos are from a project that a bunch of my friends worked on this summer. My girlfriend, Kelly Moore, designed a living wall into a stage at an annual music festival held every August in Salmo, British Columbia, called Shambhala Music Festival. I think she is so talented and I just want the world to see what she can do because she is just so amazing.
One of the main goals for this project was to try something new and work collectively as a team to create a beautiful piece of art. Kelly has always wanted to build a living wall and here was her chance to do it. The plants that she used in this design were green and purple varieties of ornamental sweet potato vine and creeping Jenny. Those were grown for their cascading properties. Ornamental fennel for the beautiful texture, lamium and some wandering Jew for a little bit extra. The centerpiece for the stage is made out of sheet metal. Every piece was cut and airbrushed individually. A group of local artists did that project. The rock work was done by another fellow from rock he has access to from a local quarry." That's gorgeous, Warren! What a fun project. I bet it was a huge hit at the festival!
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