A Desolate Lot Transformed into IMA Art Garden
When Laurel True moved into 3001 Chapman St. to start IMA, the back lot was a drab slab of concrete: but full of possibility. My background in gardening was put to good use as we transformed the yard into an inviting place for students and visitors. With the fabulous addition of the Isaiah Zagar Mural last September, it now sparkles day and night. We'd like to expand the garden and continue to GROW the IMA experience to include a beautiful garden of sensory delights, mosaic sculpture and visual excitement that will be an anchor point for the Jingletown neighborhood.
If you are interested in learning more or working with the Garden Team, please contact me.
What a difference!