United States of America, Washington, Pierce County, Gig Harbor
Pampas Point (Gig Harbor, Washington)
The grounds are designed in patterns of groundcover to house a collection of over 50 Japanese maples and pieces of outdoor sculpture.
Persons associated with the property include: Timothy Turner (gardener); Dick Yamasaki (landscape designer); Douglas Granum (sculptor); Erick Nelson (sculptor); Joseph Kennebrew (sculptor); Clayton James (sculptor); Don Ecklund (sculptor); Altina, (sculptor); Siri Hollender (sculptor); Betz Bernhard (sculptor); R. C. Gorman (sculptor); and Katy McFaddon (sculptor).
The folder includes plans, a GCA information sheet and a copy of a magazine article.
Garden has been featured in Sunset Magazine, October 1992, Northwest Edition
Garden has been featured in Sunset Magazine, October 1992, pp. 76-80