Jeffrey Bale was educated as a landscape architect, but he has built a career as a garden designer and artist using a hands-on approach to creating gardens of intimate, sensuous beauty. His gardens and wonderful stone mosaics have been influenced by his extensive travels in Europe, South Asia and South America. His travels to places like the Alhambra in Granada, Spain, the ancient villas of Pompeii, and Renaissance Mannerist gardens in Italy taught him that the garden is a place to experience pleasure. Learning from those models he has built a variety of gardens for himself and his clients where the visitor can commune with the abundance of nature and the divine, rest, feast, bathe, listen to music, and party in a world of heavenly, meaningful beauty.
A program of the Northwest Horticultural Society
Location: Center For Urban Horticulture
3501 NE 41st St.
Seattle, WA 98195
For more information, see Northwest Horticultural Society Lectures