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“If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden.”
Gardens are symbols of growth and care, we tend to our gardens to cultivate food, medicine, beauty, experience, and love. They are also symbols of power; a garden can beautify and nourish but it can also erase and replace. It exists simultaneously as an idea, a place and an action and by definition it implicates our presence, a relationship between human and earth. 

The work in this exhibition responds to the physical and historical space of the Tulsa Garden Center and might be viewed through the lens of the garden, a complex symbol which can be political, medicinal, memorial, ornamental, practical, or personal, but is always inextricably linked to the land. Through floral antique quilts layered with historical text, hand-crafted objects, site-responsive music, and collected, arranged, and prepared natural materials, the space is shaped and activated by each artist’s response.
Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria Ave, Tulsa OK 74114
January 13th - January 26th
Opening reception: Saturday, January 13th 3-5pm
The Tulsa Garden Center, located in the historic Snedden Mansion within Woodward Park, is a nonprofit organization providing a variety of horticultural and environmental education opportunities for the community and serves as horticultural headquarters for the Tulsa area. The mission of the center is promoting learning about plants through educational and recreational programs, preserving the heritage of its historic building, and advocating responsible stewardship of plants and their habitats.

Tulsa Garden Center hours:
Tuesday-Friday:  9AM-4PM
Saturday:  9AM-2PM
(Exhibition opening, Saturday January 13th, 3-5pm)