By Sarah Tobol
In our urban environment, we see gardens in every shape and form: in small pots, on windowsills, in backyards, in converted vacant lots. It’s exactly this phenomenon that has inspired artist Sandra Eula Lee to create an exhibit at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG).
Korean-American Lee is BBG’s second artist-in-residence. She has created “Two Waters (Seeds in a Wild Garden)” in the Steinhardt Conservatory Gallery.
“There are so many different kinds of things you could consider a ‘garden.’ It draws
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