Breathe in deep, hold and release. It’s a new year, and it’s time to rejuvenate the body, the mind and the soul. A little fresh air, a quiet stroll through a garden and a bit of landscape architecture should do the trick. All that is required is for you to meander through the ever-changing artistic landscape and architecture in the gardens at Cornerstone Sonoma — created by new and innovative designers from the world’s finest landscape architects.
You will be dazzled by the artistry of a shimmering cloud enhanced by thousands of clear, cut crystals in “White Cloud,” created by Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot. You will be reminded of the importance of air, one of the key components of life, in Conway Chang Cheng’s “In the Air.” And you will even be given the opportunity to see what it’s like to view the world from an ant’s point of view in “Stone’s Throw,” by Land I, and to contemplate the value of the environment in Suzanne Bioggi’s “Ecology of Place.”
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