NEW! wood, stone, water: an art garden/ play-site

July 1st, 2012 by jenvanwin

wood, stone, water: an art garden/ play site

2,400 sq ft outside/ Private Client

April 2011-present (current completion date mid July 2012)

an art garden/ play site co-designed with Emily Anderson, landscape designer

Led builder, Jennifer Van Winkle with assistance from Emily Anderson and several volunteers for digging. Materials & elements: cedar, soapstone, fieldstone boulders, mounds, flowerbed plants, trees, stones, marbles, and rain barrel system


undercurrents…see the behind-the-scenes!

June 19th, 2012 by jenvanwin

follow the making of undercurrents

a site-specific, collaborative, recycled installation

project website and blog

www.jennifervanwinkle.com/undercurrents

www.jennifervanwinkle.com/undercurrentsblog

the forest of REPAIR-ations…see the behind-the-scenes!

January 30th, 2011 by jenvanwin

follow the making of the forest of REPAIR-ations

a site-specific, collaborative, recycled installation

project website and blog

www.jennifervanwinkle.com/forest

www.jennifervanwinkle.com/forestblog

Altered & Unraveled (the Cascade)…. making of….

September 19th, 2010 by jenvanwin

check out the making of our site-specific, collaborative installation,

Altered & Unraveled (the Cascade)

www.jennifervanwinkle.com/seams

TREEscape comes alive!

June 21st, 2010 by jenvanwin

© smArt Image, LLC

TREEscape 
@ Children's Museum of the Lowcountry
Charleston, SC

© smArt Image, LLC

© smArt Image, LLC

Thanks AH!!!

TREEscape, opened June 4, 2010 at Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry

June 11th, 2010 by jenvanwin

above photos of TREEscape taken by Matthew Bolt

TREEscape 
@ Children's Museum of the Lowcountry
Charleston, SC

Jennifer Van Winkle, artist and TREEscape exhibit designer
in collaboration with
Mark Dodd, engineering consultant and builder,
Matthew Bolt, photographer,
Bennett Goodman, designer/ carpenter
for Operation TREEscape,
Shannon Howard, felt board layout designer,
Ken Datas, installation assistant,
and the entire CML staff
additional assistance
Keren Allen, Marc Brown, Mike Christensen, 
Jason Dodd, Don MacMeekin, Wingsin Tong, 
Key Whiston, and Laura Wright

and Special Thanks to
Bob Hirosky

My Artist-in-Residence at CML &
TREEscape was generously sponsored by

Darby Family Foundation
Joseph J. Schott Foundation
Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation
The Beach Company
SCANA Corporation
Southern Lumber and Millwork
Sonoco Construction
The Wurth Wood Group
Charleston County School of the Arts
Charleston Stage Company
GDC Home
Gibbes Museum of Art
Hazelnut Kids
Lord and Evans Paint
People, Places & Quilts
Royall Ace Hardware

THANK YOU!!!

Week #14/ CML Residency/ Peaking Out From TREEscape

June 7th, 2010 by jenvanwin

One last moment with TREEscape before driving back to Charlottesville, VA!

gonna miss you!!

Week #14/ CML Residency/ a few hours before visitors text exhibit & reception!

June 4th, 2010 by jenvanwin

and more

Week #14/ CML Residency/ Install Days 9 & 10

June 4th, 2010 by jenvanwin

Final touches on TREEscape!!

GRRREEAATTT!!!! almost there!!

and starting to clean up!!!

Week 14/ CML Residency/ Install Day 8…

June 1st, 2010 by jenvanwin

The ceiling photos of the canopy of the Angel Oak go up today!!

Many thanks to the pole designed by KD….and to KW and KD for all your hard work!!

(ceiling image by KD…)