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Dustin Gimbel

Dustin Gimbel – 1750 Sherman Place

Dustin Gimbel  has worked as a landscape designer for the last 10 years and started as a horticulturist 20 years ago. He holds a B.S. in Horticulture, and has worked in botanical gardens in England.  While not trained formally as an artist he considers himself to be a “natural born” artist with an intense need to create.  For many years he has experimented with concrete and all of its versatility.  But in the winter of 2015 the designer discovered a new love of ceramics which came from exploration as he took a concrete planter he designed and had it molded for commercial ceramic production.  “The Point Pot” , the geometric piece is called, was the bridge form one medium to the next.  Once the Pandora’s box of ceramics was opened there was no going back.  Dustin now swings from polar opposites of biological/organic forms and hard geometric lines.  Like gardening, ceramic techniques present an inexhaustible array of choices and paths for exploration.  His garden is part laboratory, botanical garden, filled with art, sculpture and experiments. 

Visit Dustin’s website at secondnaturegardendesign.com

Check out Dustin’s Instagram page at dustingimbeldesigns