Genevieve McLean

Genevieve McLean

Melbourne / Artist and lover of all things beautiful, colourful, quirky and outrageously amazing.
Genevieve McLean
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Best Sellers - Cotton Candy Grass. This colorful ornamental grass creates a sweet, pink cloud in the back of a sunny border or as a stand-alone specimen in a perennial bed. Blooms appear in late summer. A dependable variety, Cotton Candy Grass tolerates heat, humidity, drought and wet conditions with ease. This gorgeous plant has it all – it provides gorgeous foliage throughout the year, is adaptable to practically every climate and can even grow in poor soil.

Best Sellers - Cotton Candy Grass. This colorful ornamental grass creates a sweet, pink cloud in the back of a sunny border or as a stand-alone specimen in a perennial bed. Blooms appear in late summer. A dependable variety, Cotton Candy Grass tolerates heat, humidity, drought and wet conditions with ease. This gorgeous plant has it all – it provides gorgeous foliage throughout the year, is adaptable to practically every climate and can even grow in poor soil.

Originating in the 1960s, Land art, Earth art or Earthworks is an art movement in which the art itself and the landscape it is presented in are visibly linked. It is created in nature using natural...

Originating in the 1960s, Land art, Earth art or Earthworks is an art movement in which the art itself and the landscape it is presented in are visibly linked. It is created in nature using natural...

'Branches of willow and dogwood, maple leaves' Mont-Ham (2008) by land artist Christine Juillard. via Zoné Vert

'Branches of willow and dogwood, maple leaves' Mont-Ham (2008) by land artist Christine Juillard. via Zoné Vert

Andy Goldsworthy - absolutely my favorite artist. He makes sculptures out of only natural things without using glue

Andy Goldsworthy - absolutely my favorite artist. He makes sculptures out of only natural things without using glue

Hundreds of pool noodles invaded an abandoned alley in Quebec City, Canada as part of Delirious Frites, an architectural art installation created by Les Astronautes.

Hundreds of pool noodles invaded an abandoned alley in Quebec City, Canada as part of Delirious Frites, an architectural art installation created by Les Astronautes.