The Idea of Villa Castagna
A garden is both a real place, and a cloud of possibilities. What you will find here will be both something real, and something that may or may not become real. For this reason you will find no map: Instead you will meet fragments, part real, part possible.
- We have just had a delicious lunch at The Starving Artist Food Co in Kyneton (look for the 95 Piper Street sign at the north end of Piper Street). Very cosy and stylish interior. Open for breakfast and lunch on Saturdays and Sundays. #the_starving_artist_food_co, #drscroll, #kynetonlunch, #montacutepavilionandgardens, #montacutepavilion, #wellbeingregion,#daylesfordmacedonranges, #spacountryvictoria, #spacountry, #macedonranges, #visitvictoria, #countryescape, #wandervictoria, #countrychic,
Monthly Archives: November 2013
Kelmscott Manor is a Museum that feels like a private house, but Rodmarton Manor, curiously enough, is a private house that feels like a museum. The interiors feel oddly unlived in, even though the sofas (a sure sign of inhabited … Continue reading
I have just acquired Tim Richardson’s The New English Garden. One of his bugbears is that the art world won’t take gardens seriously as art, a theme he develops in the introduction. I was reminded of my own Gardens and … Continue reading