Sculpting with Stone

“Building a garden is like a piece of music. I used to go to the Apollo Theater...when they had great jazz. The music would start slow, build to accent and level off. There was a deep feeling in it. Stones are like that. They must have the same relationship, the same movement within a grouping, and again, within the overall theme of the garden. There’s a rhythm to architecture. It’s in developing the interlocking interest in one fine theme.”* - Kaneji Domoto 

*The Miraculous Mr. Domoto, page 3.

Milton Zeughauser garden: views of Domoto placing rocks

Harry Resnick garden: views of construction and completed landscape

Professor and Mrs. G. Watson garden