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As we’ve mentioned in other posts Lisa Regan started producing metal garden art in 1996. One of the main reasons for opening the studios was to have a place where people could come to explore and create. It was and still is her heart’s desire to allow people to set on the path to living out their passion. Even if it doesn’t come from her studio, Lisa believes that we were all put here to create and contribute what we create to those around us. But it begins with stepping outside our doors.

Explore.

As human beings, we were made for exploration. Centuries ago is was exploring vast new lands, ancient cities, and places that had never been seen. Even though most of the world has been discovered, that desire for exploration still resides within us. But exploring doesn’t just have to take place in what we can see. It can take place within ourselves and within other people. It’s through that exploration that we learn about ourselves and about others.

Create.

Exploring allows us to see things differently and therefore allow us to embark on the adventure of creating. For those who choose to explore, there’s a next step in the process. To cultivate what is around us. For those who discovered new lands, it was building and laying down foundations for others to follow. The same is true in life today. We have the chance to discover and then create within a blank canvas.

Grow.

Through both exploring and creating we find ourselves growing through the experiences. Not only were we made to explore but we are made to grow. We are always changing, learning, and broaden our perceptive of the world and those in it. It begins with the choice to venture off into the unknown, to have the courage to create, and then the willingness to grow.

Garden Deva hopes to bring you not only metal garden art, but the chance to discover, to create, and a chance to change for the better.

Let us adventure together and set out to discover what lies ahead.

Garden Deva hopes to bring you not only metal garden art, but the chance to discover, to create, and a chance to change for the better.