Westmont Magazine Artistic Landscapes
Carl Johnson, an internationally known landscape architect and planner, has given Westmont 10 prints featuring English landscapes by John Brunsdon.
A distinguished British printmaker, Brunsdon has exhibited his work in Europe and the United States. Each one is hand-etched, inked, colored and printed.
Johnson has worked with Westmont to analyze the campus and aid in its design. He helps develop and review architectural and landscape projects.
“This gift demonstrates the Johnsons’ love for the beauty of the campus and their support of the ministry of the college,” said Randy Jones, Westmont’s director of campus planning. “It has been a tremendous honor to work with Carl. His sensitive touch is evident in the gardens and woodland environments.”
Johnson, of Rio Verde, Ariz., is known for his work in historic and landscape preservation, education and community service. His portfolio includes numerous award-winning national and international projects. In 2000, the American Society of Land-scape Architects gave him their highest award, the ASLA medal.