In his garden, Nivola constructed outdoor “rooms” suggested by freestanding architectural structures, such as the wisteria-covered pergola, fireplace, bench, and wall shown here. The artist and his daughter, Claire, would paint murals on this wall using water-soluble paint, which over the course of several years, would wash away. The two would then whitewash the surface and replace what had been there with something new.–Michael Gotkin
Beautiful ideas, both: the outdoor “rooms” and the impermanent paintings…
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