Have you ever noticed that some garden spaces just feel right, even if they aren't the nicest looking gardens? While others that are immaculate, well designed, and downright spectacular just don't feel right? This is perhaps because we all have childhood memories of archetypal spaces that raise either positive or negative feelings within us at a subconscious level. Through pictorial examples in nature, architecture, and garden spaces, Wolfegang Bonham will help us understand why some garden spaces truly resonate with our souls, and how to make sure the new ones we create do the same.
Proprietor of Peace, Love and Landscaping (www.PeaceLoveLandscaping.com), Wolfegang Bonham has a passion for creating peaceful outdoor spaces with an artistic flair. An honours graduate of Mohawk College’s Landscape Design and Horticultural Studies programs, Wolfe is also a certified Feng Shui Consultant, certified in Dry Stone Walling, and a self-described, “garden addict.” A popular speaker at venues that include the Toronto Botanical Garden, Royal Botanical Gardens, and Canada Blooms, this is Wolfe’s third presentation to our society.
Tonight's guest speaker will be participate in our meeting via Zoom. In-person meeting attendees at the McConaghy Centre will see a live video broadcast of Wolfe's remote participation projected onto a large screen in the auditorium.
All general meetings begin with a welcome and general announcements, which precede introduction of the guest speaker.
Members: Instructions for participation in this virtual and in-person event will be emailed to members twice - once on the Friday prior to the meeting, and again on Monday. Instructions are also available by logging into our site and checking the "members-only" version of this event.
Visitors: Guests are welcome to participate in this virtual and in-person event at a nominal fee of $5.00 Instructions for participation will be emailed to non-society members who complete the registration process prior to the event start time - click on the "Register" button to begin.
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