A winter garden in Edmonton is one the best things to do in the city, says local artist John Burt.
Burt says Edmontonians love to be outside, but not everyone is keen on being outside in the winter months.
“I think people are a bit intimidated by the cold.
But I love to come here, and we have a fantastic outdoor space for the people to go out,” he said.
“It’s just beautiful, and it’s the best of what Edmonton has to offer.”
For the last several years, Burt has worked on a project called Winter Garden Village.
The project is a collection of artworks from around the city that have been arranged in a garden-like arrangement, with each piece being created from a different piece of art, a tree, a water feature, or a wall.
“We put our best foot forward, and the best art comes out,” said Burt, adding that the artists and curators have worked very hard to bring the pieces together in a fun and unique way.
“There’s a lot of work behind this.
Burt said the project was inspired by the idea of “a garden that’s not just a place where you can sit and eat your food, but a place to grow and learn and have a wonderful time,” adding that it was about giving the city a sense of community and a sense that “we can all come together.” “
So this project has been really important to us to come up with these unique pieces, and really bring people together and show them all the different elements of the city.”
Burt said the project was inspired by the idea of “a garden that’s not just a place where you can sit and eat your food, but a place to grow and learn and have a wonderful time,” adding that it was about giving the city a sense of community and a sense that “we can all come together.”
For Burt and the artists involved, the winter garden also gives them the opportunity to work on their own art projects.
“You can do something really cool with your own art, you can make something really, really beautiful,” said Gail Williams, the artist who created the artwork in the garden.
“And so I can use it to inspire others, because I’m doing this for my community, and to inspire people to take part in that community.”
Summer garden, summer camp, summer festival and more to come in 2019 Winter Garden village at the corner of University and Alberta Streets, located in the Edmonton Public Library.
Winter Garden is a multi-purpose garden that has been designed to allow visitors to have a picnic in the summer, as well as a variety of events.
Winter garden is also designed to accommodate small groups of people, and has a small waterfall that is open to the public.
It is a place for families to come together and play with their kids and their dogs.
It has been the focus of the art project, and is open on Tuesdays through Sundays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with free admission.
Burt said it was great to see the project get noticed and people wanting to experience it, and that the city was supportive of the project.
“Every year, we get a little bit of community out here, so I’m just really excited to see what’s next for the Winter Garden project,” he added.
The art project is just one of many projects that Burt is working on for the city in the spring.
In June, he is launching a free outdoor music event at a park in the central Edmonton area.
“This summer, we’ll be putting on a concert, which is called Winter Gardens, and so we’re putting on some free music for kids of all ages, all ages.
And the festival is going to be happening at the park on Saturday, so if you’re interested in being a part of it, just let me know,” he explained.
A free winter garden festival at the library in August.
And on July 5, Bosters Winter Garden will host its 10th year.
It’s a free summer festival, which will feature music, art and art activities, and will be held from 9 a.g. to 5 p.y.
For more information, visit the Winter Gardens website and follow Winter Garden on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
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