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Jennifer Mahlum, Sweet Gum Whorl (leaves, mesh, glue, fishing line). The opening of the Land Art Exhibit on March 16, 2019 at the Idaho Botanical Garden in Boise, Idaho.

The exhibit showcased 10 ephemeral works using natural materials by local artists: Elizabeth Dickey, Alek de Dóchas, Dyan Ferren, Michele Lesica, Jennifer Mahlum, Helen McGill, Lisa Pisano, Claire Remsberg, Heather Wright, and Ace Zappa. The artist were present to discuss their work.

This was the Idaho Botanical Garden's first ever Land Art Exhibit and featured works using natural materials such as clay, leaves, seeds, stones, wood, and wool. 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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Jennifer Mahlum, Sweet Gum Whorl (leaves, mesh, glue, fishing line). The opening of the Land Art Exhibit on March 16, 2019 at the Idaho Botanical Garden in Boise, Idaho.<br />
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The exhibit showcased 10 ephemeral works using natural materials by local artists: Elizabeth Dickey, Alek de Dóchas, Dyan Ferren, Michele Lesica, Jennifer Mahlum, Helen McGill, Lisa Pisano, Claire Remsberg, Heather Wright, and Ace Zappa. The artist were present to discuss their work.<br />
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This was the Idaho Botanical Garden's first ever Land Art Exhibit and featured works using natural materials such as clay, leaves, seeds, stones, wood, and wool. 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.