Escondido Phoenix1999
an exploration of art and nature in Escondido Canyon in Malibu

The Tour:
 

"Untitled (reed) 1999" by Daniel Wheeler. Photo by Shubroto Chattopadhyay "Intervention" by Lothar Schmitz. Photo by Shubroto Chattopadhyay
"Untitled (reed) 1999"
by Daniel Wheeler
Photo by Shubroto Chattopadhyay
"Intervention" by Lothar Schmitz
Photo by Shubroto Chattopadhyay
"Webwork" by Silvia Tidwell "oh!" by Angie Bray
"Webwork" by Sylvia Tidwell "oh!" by Angie Bray
"Historical Site No. 3" by Michael McMillen. "Bench" by Beth Abels and Jim Sullivan
"Historical Site No. 3: The 'Invisible' Spiders of Escondido Canyon - 1961" by Michael McMillen "Bench" by Beth Abels and Jim Sullivan
Barbara Smith guiding visitors
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  Bernard Perroud
  Malibu Phoenix Retreat
  Daniel Wheeler
 
 

If you would like to organize an art in nature event, 
contact Bernard at perroudburns@earthlink.net

Contact information:
 

Bernard Perroud
perroudburns@earthlink.net
310 392-5079
Patricia Watts, curator
ecoartspace@earthlink.net
Fred Pierson
Escondido Phoenix Ranch
malibuphoenix@charter.net
Malibu, CA  310.457.5119
Sylvia Tidwell
srtidwell@earthlink.net
Barbara Smith
barcoda@earthlink.net
Angie Bray
angie@ontek.com
Lothar Schmitz
lschmitz@ucla.edu
Daniel Wheeler
wheeler@bigobjects.com
David McDonald
acopeland1@earthlink.net

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Artist's statement
Art in Nature Event 2001 The Arts Center at Kingdom Falls, OAH
Escondido Phoenix 1999 Malibu Sculpture Event, page 3
Reflections on Art in Nature - published in Nouvel Objet
FundsXpress Sculpture - Corporate Client
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