Description The Temple of Love overlooks a magnificent view south along the Hudson River and the Palisades. Best viewed from below, it is a stupendous rocky fantasy capped with a round temple. It was the centerpiece of an extended rock garden and was flanked by terraced beds. The outcropping was an elaborate water feature, with water coursing all around it in various waterfalls and ponds. The Temple of Love was created by Charles Davite, a Genoese stone mason who did work in the Paris Exposition, the St. Louis Exposition and at the Frick Museum.
Jessica Jenney, Bronxville, NY Member Since September 2008 Artist Statement Jessica Jenney photographs the natural world with an emphasis on intimate landscapes with a romantic flair.
The idyllic beauty of Jessica Jenney's ethereal floral and landscape images transcends time and place. Jessica's painterly treatment of her photographs creates tranquil and bucolic scenes reminiscent of the Romantic era painters. Joanne Bradley, Feature Writer for Inside Solo magazine has compared the end result of Jessica's textured-layered style to that of a classical painter.
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