he world is complex and simple.
In my project I combined opposites. And showed their ability to be in peace and harmony. Eternally moving water and motionless stones. Live plants, fish, and solidified sand. Warm and cold tones.
I also combined the traditions of eastern and western gardens. Stones in traditional oriental gardens symbolize strength and durability. Water is a symbol of the transience of life. These gardens are dim, laconic. Western gardens, in contrast, are picturesque and colorful.
In the center of my garden is a mirror image of a wolf. On the one hand, it is a symbol of protection and justice. On the other hand, it is a symbol of anger and greed. And only a thin line sometimes separates one from the other.
I think that the consciousness, desires and capabilities of man are a green path.
This is what allows us to maintain harmony in any contradictions.