This is part two of the Hocking House open house
from last Saturday.
I hope you will enjoy some more of Jean Magdich’s
Art and Gardens.
Just beyond the grape arbor is a pond.
What would a grape arbor be without a purple swing
to set in and look out over the pond.
You also of course have to have a patio under this large
and it has to have grapes decorating the flagstones .
Jean does beautiful artwork to the flagstones
I love her sweet little angels that set around in her
This was one of her new pieces that she had added
since I was there two years ago.
This little bench looks soft with its tasseled pillow top
but it may get a little hard after awhile.
This is the bed below her deck.
I really liked her little Butterflies and the finial looks
like something out of Alice in Wonderland to me.
I also really liked this giant Butterfly she had made.
Much prettier than this glaring picture shows.
This Garden Man was new and he looks like he
would enjoy visiting Noel in Hawaii.
The Cat Angel was no new but it was fascinating
in amongst the Ostrich Ferns.
It looks like the legendary Moth Man that was seen
along the Ohio River, minus the red eyes.
Who would not want some of her columns in their
He could come and set below my downspout any day.
Another of her many finials. This one sports some
No fear of this egret getting the fish in her pond.
A very pretty garden angel.
Would these planters and patio tiles look good in a desert
She makes Flowered Birdbaths or feeders of every
color. They were beautiful!
A sunny loveseat for the garden.
This double blooming lily brightened the shade.
Her cats nap all the time in her garden.
The Green Lady
Leaf Table and Chairs.
These are such a beautiful border lilies.
This was a beautiful bed with Hostas, Lilies, Impatiens
Bee Balm, Coneflowers and a Japanese maple.
One of the Ever Bloomers adds to the beauty.
Giant Hosta’s in bloom.