Jean-Michel Othoniel Installs ‘La Rose des Vents’ Sculpture at SF’s Conservatory of Flowers

statueLa Rose des Vent, a sculpture by Parisian artist Jean-Michel Othoniel, is the newest addition to the gardens outside Golden Gate Park’s Conservatory of Flowers.

Follow the link below to watch a time-lapse video of the installation, by Scott Enberg.

Source: Jean-Michel Othoniel Installs ‘La Rose des Vents’ Sculpture at SF’s Conservatory of Flowers (VIDEO) | 7×7

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I'm a landscape historian and professor emeritus of landscape architecture, UC Davis. I live in San Francisco.
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4 Responses to Jean-Michel Othoniel Installs ‘La Rose des Vents’ Sculpture at SF’s Conservatory of Flowers

  1. tony says:

    great image of the new golden flower!! thanks for sharing!!!

  2. Barbara Massey says:

    Pretty cool video. Made the installation look easy – and fast!

  3. Stephen Kane says:

    Fun video! I saw this while out and about in the Park yesterday morning. It will take a few more looks before I can decide what I think about it …

  4. Johnny Iowa says:

    “interesting” work – but please, not here – it detracts from the natural beauty of the flower beds and historic beauty of this important building.

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