Desert Botanical Garden’s newest art exhibition opens January 2021 and features large-scale living sculptures created by Natasha Lisitsa and Daniel Schultz of Waterlily Pond Studio. Using florals and plant materials as the medium and desert elements as the inspiration, Wind, Earth and Water are three intricate installations that guests will experience at the Garden for only a few weeks.
The exhibition kicks off with Wind, which will be located in Stardust Foundation Plaza, Jan. 19- Feb. 19. Itis inspired by the tumultuous wind and dust storms that move across the desert landscape.Measuring in at 16 feet high and 8 feet wide,the sculpture will be comprised of three copper rings offset from one another, as if rolling forward. Visitors can wander through the rings and gaze up at a “storm cloud” of plant materials, including cholla skeletons, yucca stocks, tree branches, tumbleweeds, and tropical bromeliad and heliconia.
Start Time: 8:00 am
End Time: 8:00 pm