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The Missouri Botanical Garden is my favorite place in the world, and I only live 10 minutes away from it. Seiwa-en is Japanese for garden of pure, clear harmony and peace. The Japanese Garden, dedicated in 1977, was designed by the late Professor Koichi Kawana, a native of Japan.

For more info, see http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/gardens-gardening/our-garden/gardens-conservatories/international-gardens/japanese-garden.aspx

To read my blog, go to http://letsgetreal2016.wordpress.com

The size is 18 1/2 inches high by 24 1/2 inches wide. It is not yet framed, so you get to choose the frame that suits you.

I use only high quality professional artist materials. I use a variety of soft pastels: Unison, Sennelier, Schminke, Rembrandt, Great American, Prismacolor nupastel, and Unison, made in England, France, Germany, and the USA. This is done on Sennelier La Carte pastel board, which is similar to a heavy duty paper board. It has a toothy coating to trap and hold the pastel particles.

I take special care when shipping. Shipping fee includes labor and material costs of packaging, priority shipping, tracking and insurance.

Check out my blog at: http://czarsmom.wordpress.com/

Original Art Work of Seiwa-en Garden "Place of Rest" impressionism impressionist architecture art Missouri Botanical Garden


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