The 7.68 acres of vacant land across from Fiesta on Dunlavy at W. Alabama in Houston is the site of a proposed edible garden and community center for a polyglot of goodie purposes: yoga, mediation, nutrition classes, gardening classes, poetry readings, music, plays, as well as a community garden, a farmers market, and a restaurant that serves the food from the garden, chickens for eggs, fruit and vegetables in plots and on trees, benches and paths, a fence along both roads for changing art fences, a shop that sells locally made/ sweatshop free items, a wishing wall, even an eco-pond or two! The project is called Forever Garden, and artist/instigator Whitney Riley is working on their nonprofit status and fundraising.
also by Bill Davenport
- Lego My Art! - January 30th, 2016
- Archive: Painting on My Planet/The Top Ten Painters in Houston - January 1st, 2016
- Archive: Tire Iron 0: Cropduster: Hills Snyder/Chris Sauter - December 28th, 2015
- DMA Crane Flip Video - April 26th, 2015
- Helmreich New Dean of Fine Arts at TCU - April 25th, 2015