|Looking Upstream, 14x11, oil on panel by Janet Fons|
|River Rocks, oil on panel, 12 x16 by Janet Fons|
|"Japanese Bridge", oil on panel, 16x12|
Dedicated in 1977, the 14-acre Japanese Garden, one of the largest in North America, represents an evolution of centuries of tradition and a multiplicity of distinctly Japanese cultural influences.
The garden design incorporates the use of traditional Japanese bridges, intended not solely as a means of crossing from island to shore, but to provide points where garden visitors can enjoy viewing the water, the reflections of sunlight on foliage and the fish swimming below.
|Marsh Light, Oil, 16x12|
|Aspen Trees II, Oil on canvas panel, 11x14|
|Aspen Trees III, Oil on canvas panel, 11x14|