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JQ Magazine review of "Japanese Garden Notes"

Intern Intern - Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Marc Peter Keane, author of Japanese Garden Notes, was featured in GQ Magazine!

"'A Japanese garden is a compilation of details,' Keane says, 'just the way a sculptor working in clay will make a sculpture bit by bit, understanding it as it comes into existence. With a Western plan, you start with a master plan and work down toward the details.' In Japanese gardening, he says, 'you have this rock and that tree, which has a certain curve—and you work around those two things.'"

Read the full GQ article here: http://ow.ly/yYNj30cLgts


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