United States of America, Washington, Kitsap County, Poulsbo
Elverhøj (Poulsbo, Washington)
Established in 1980, this ca. 2.5 acre garden lies on a peninsula jutting into Liberty Bay, an arm of Puget Sound. The site was originally homesteaded in 1889. The garden is informal and incorporates as many different species of trees and shrubs as possible, including many dwarf trees. Several large grassy areas include a meadow that is cut two times a year. Above the beach is a long, winding perennial garden that is gradually evolving into a shade garden. Because many of the trees and shrubs are grown from seeds or cutting from friends of the owner or exchanges, the feeling of the garden is changing all the time; it may even eventually evolve into a mixed forest. Challenges with which the owners have had to contend in developing the garden include brush, junk left from previous uses, soil consisting of heavy blue clay and fine glacial silt, and a constant struggle to maintain the view of the sound and the Olympic Mountains. Raised planting areas, a variety of plants resulting in year-round bloom, and the use of evergreen ground covers and dwarf shrubs in many different hues and textures have led to a result that respects and builds on the natural setting, yet incorporates such highlights as water features and a bonsai collection.
Persons associated with the garden include: Uno Noll Brauer and Sara Elizabeth Peterson Brauer and family (former owners, 1889-1975); John Fluke (former owner, 1975-1979); Daniel Robinson (landscape contractor, 1982-1983); Dick Yamasaki (landscape designer, 1980-1981); and Denise Kelly (gardener, 1983 to date).
The folder includes a worksheet, site plans, and copies of articles about the garden and the Brauers.
Garden has been featured in Nancy Davidson, "Designed for the Puget Sound View," Sunset (August 1992), pp. 60-61
Garden has been featured in the Bremerton Sun, July 20, 1990
Garden has been featured in the Seattle Times, May 20, 1990
Garden has been featured in Starr Ockenga, Earth on Her Hands: The American Woman in Her Garden, New York: Clarkson Potter, 1998
Garden has been featured in the Bremerton Sun, January 22, 2000
Garden has been featured in Paddy Wales, Journeys Through the Garden, 1998
Fauna arctica; eine Zusammenstellung der arktischen Tierformen mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Spitzbergen-Gebietes auf Grund der Ergebnisse der Deutschen Expedition in das Nördliche Eismeer im Jahre 1898. Unter Mitwirkung zahlreicher Fachgenossen hrsg. von Fritz Römer und Fritz Schaudinn. Nach ihrem Tode fortgesetzt von August Brauer und Walther Arndt
Signs of inspiration [microform] : the art of Prophet William J. Blackmon / Jeffrey R. Hayes ; assisted by David K. Smith ; essays by Jeffrey R. Hayes ... [et al.]
Art of Prophet William J. Blackmon
Blackmon, William Joshua 1921-
Hayes, Jeffrey Russell 1946-
Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art
Blackmon, William Joshua 1921-
Blackmon, William Joshua 1921- Criticism and interpretation
84 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm
African American folk art
N40.1.B6291 H39 1999
Exhibition schedule: Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee Wisconsin, September 10-October 24, 1999 ; Diggs Gallery, Winston-Salem State University, North Carolina, February 4-April 8, 2000 ; City Museum, Saint Louis, May 21-August 14, 2000 ; Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso University, Indiana, November 10, 2000-January 5, 2001.
Man-God's masterpiece / Prophet William J. Blackmon -- Prophet William J. Blackmon : God's modern-day (artist) apostle / Jeffrey R. Hayes -- The seeing heart of the prophet : protest and praise / M. Shawn Copeland -- Painting pictures from God : process and meaning in the art of Prophet Blackmon / David K. Smith -- Paintings that speak and heal : the prophetic art of Prophet Blackmon and the African American prophetic tradition / Chester J. Fontenot
Die Süsswasserfauna Deutschlands : eine Exkursionsfauna / bearbeitet von Prof. Dr. Böhmig ... [et al.] und herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. Brauer
Brauer, August 1863-1917
19 v. : ill. ; 20 cm
QL141 .B82 1909
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