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Mary Nohl’s Art Yard

June 29, 2010, 10:20 am  Posted by Lark
 

sculptures in yardWhile attending the Bead and Button Show, Wisconsin native and Lark Book author, Brenda Schweder filled me in on some local attractions. It was her description of “The Witch’s House” that really caught my attention. I knew where I headed.

The homestead of Mary Nohl is a wondrous place. She was not a witch, but did create imaginative, mythical sculptures of humans, animals, and dinosaurs out of concrete. They are scattered all over her property. Her house and garage are trimmed with handmade decorative reliefs. Wooden ornaments hang from trees. Although not open to the public, I was inspired by my trip to her home. It’s a visual feast.[nggallery id=16]

 
 
 
 

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    Dalewayne.blogspot.com says:

    I am inspired. I love to make things out of recycled plastic bottles. I think I will start installing my sculptures all around my yard so that you'll come see me!

    I'm headed to Lake Geneva, WI next month…this charming house is only an hour away!

    sy says:

    wow these look awesome o_o

    jbw says:

    it really is a neat decorative home, great colors, thanks for sharing. This is definitely a stop on my next trip to Wisconsin!!

    Jrskow says:

    Very well written story. It will be helpful to anyone who utilizes it, including myself. Keep doing what you are doing – looking forward to more posts.

    You are a very bright person!

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