Outsider Artist By Susan Hines

“Part of me feels like nothing we can do is as beautiful as the natural world” -Maya Lin

“As I toured Lins SoHo studio with her in November 2006, looking at models of a few houses and many artworks at various stages of progress modeled in clay, wood and wire, I realized that talking to her wasn’t significantly different from talking to a landscape architect.” (Hines 110)

“Now in Japan, what you see outside is just as controlled as what you see inside.” (Hines 111)

“Children look because they’ve never seen it before. Adults are the ones who look without seeing; they know it already.” (Hines 113)

Autor: Susan Hines

Source: Landscape Architecture Magazine, FEBRUARY 2007, Vol. 97, No. 2, pp. 110-115

Published by: American Society of Landscape Architects

Stabel URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/44681304

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