The Viselaya Sculpture Competition winners are exhibited in the garden of a private residence nestled in the woods 30 minutes outside Boston. This garden is open to the public only for this exhibit and occasional tours.
The garden was designed and built by owner Greg Bruell, co-founder of the Viselaya Foundation.
The garden is characterized by rolling green hills and terraced ponds. Although the garden shows a strong Japanese influence, it is fundamentally an American garden, built with rock and plant materials local to its site. The horticultural collection is noted for Japanese Maples and manicured moss gardens.
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Bevil Conway Paintings