Public Art by Bryan Morse

With more than nine different examples of Morse’s Environmental Art spread across Alta Vista Botanical Gardens, his contributions to this project are easy to appreciate

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The Three Kahunas at Alta Vista Botanical Gardens


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Two of the ‘Three Kahunas’, nestled in the landscaping at Alta Vista Botanical Gardens


Another View


This is the third, and largest of the sculptures


This is the ‘Tree of Life’ Bench in Alta Vista Botanical Gardens


‘The Three Mushrooms’


Ivy Bodin donated the cost of this Artistic Patio by Bryan Morse called the ‘Chanson Joyeuse’ (joyous song) patio with bench

Simulated waterfall of Amethyst cascades down the crack.


Close up of pebbles in the patio


This sculpture is named ‘I Raggi Crescenti di Amore’ (the expanding rays of love)




In the center are our talisman stones surrounded by rock hearts


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Reconstructed table with inlaid glass mosaic has been returned to my patio. Triceratops sculpture by Ricardo Breceda in the background


This is ‘The Mouth of Truth’ at Alta Vista Gardens


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The Mouth of Truth in Vista (replication of the original by Bryan Morse) is starting to discolor nicely. I hope it doesn’t take a thousand years to get there


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Medicine wheel at Alta Vista Botanical Gardens


Designed and executed by Bryan Morse & the Artisans at Expanding Horizons, this Gazebo and benches has an expansive ocean view.


Detail of the Inlaid Glass Work at the center of the Gazebo Floor 

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