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Ace Zappa. Idaho Botanical Garden's Land Art Exhibit on March 15, 2020, Boise, Idaho. The exhibit will be on display March 14th through April 30th.

The exhibit showcased 9 ephemeral works using natural materials by local artists: Katharina Roth, Nicole MacDonald, Dyan Ferren, Helen Kaishin McGill, Camilla Dahlin, Marlene Mussler-Wright, Jane Tharpe, Claire Remsberg, and Ace Zappa. The artist were present to discuss their work.

This was the Idaho Botanical Garden's second Land Art Exhibit and featured works using natural materials such as unfired porcelain, wool, hemp, cotton, rock, branches, corn paper pulp, leaves, burnt cedar, reindeer moss, and paper. These pieces challenged the artists to think about creating art that does not permanently occupy a space. Due to the nature of these natural art pieces the displays will decay and decompose over time.
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Ace Zappa. Idaho Botanical Garden's Land Art Exhibit on March 15, 2020, Boise, Idaho. The exhibit will be on display March 14th through April 30th.<br />
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The exhibit showcased 9 ephemeral works using natural materials by local artists: Katharina Roth, Nicole MacDonald, Dyan Ferren, Helen Kaishin McGill, Camilla Dahlin, Marlene Mussler-Wright, Jane Tharpe, Claire Remsberg, and Ace Zappa. The artist were present to discuss their work.<br />
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This was the Idaho Botanical Garden's second Land Art Exhibit and featured works using natural materials such as unfired porcelain, wool, hemp, cotton, rock, branches, corn paper pulp, leaves, burnt cedar,  reindeer moss, and paper. These pieces challenged the artists to think about creating art that does not permanently occupy a space. Due to the nature of these natural art pieces the displays will decay and decompose over time.