Cobalt columns and turquoise beams at the renowned gardens of Bainbridge Island artists David Lewis and George Little. The influence of archaeology, architecture, and exotic plants reveal themselves in new ways, and yet the garden appears to be a refurbished portal from centuries past. Lewis and Little sold the garden some years back, and it is now privately owned. Photo: July Hays, used with permission.

Cobalt columns and turquoise beams at the renowned gardens of Bainbridge Island artists David Lewis and George Little. The influence of archaeology, architecture, and exotic plants reveal themselves in new ways, and yet the garden appears to be a refurbished portal from centuries past. Lewis and Little sold the garden some years back, and it is now privately owned. Photo: July Hays, used with permission.