posted on Dec, 8 2017 @ 07:33 AM
a reply to: CulturalResilience
Dear Cultural Resilence,
I appreciate your interesting Reply, it is certainly very meaningful in to analyze Gertrude work of so many years.
It is interesting to see how England that it is considered by Historians as the motherland of the Industrial Revolution is also bringing to the
Western civilization this movement in modernity to create architectonic spaces that are oasis, in the middle of the cement city environment, for
maintain contact interaction and rest close to nature, a need that the industrial era has also boosted.
Gardens are places of No time, where everything seems to remain in permanent harmony and balance that is natural, for people living in the so quick
pace of the artifitial modern style of life so constrained by an unstoppable sequence of rapid changes.
A garden is visually therapeutic but Moreover is a privileged laboratory of meditation and aromatherapy, it is a party for enjoying with all our
senses a lot of pleasant and calming impressions.
Modern European gardens are extremely linked in the time of Mrs Jekyll with the birth of impressionism either in Painting, music and poetry.
The Angel of Ligjtness
edit on 12/8/2017 by The angel of light because: (no reason given)