The Dallas Arboretum
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We support the First Amendment
Star of Texas, and one of the
best things about our great state.
The incredible beauty of the
arboretum, will be highlighted
throughout the festival. This will
include music, food, celebrities,
poetry, and our rich history. The
centerpiece of Dallas Blooms:
The Star of Texas, will include a
The 2008 festival theme is The
giant flower-filled star and other
theme-inspired topiaries that will
fill the garden. Dallas Blooms will
feature more than 400,000
spring-blooming bulbs, over
3,000 azaleas and thousands of
another annuals and perennials
spread throughout the 66-acre
garden. The 2008 festival is a
fun-filled five-week, six-weekend
event and is the largest outdoor
floral festival in the Southwest.
Popular themed activities that are
being planned.

Corresponding Chaos
The Dallas Arboretum is
located at 8525 Garland
Road in East Dallas.
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Corresponding Chaos is a 28” x 28” x 7’ structure
made up of eight branches of 1”x1” tube steel.  Each
square tube ventures into a spiral to the top.  Each
tube has a corresponding tube that follows.  If you
take a closer look at the base, four tubes offshoot
from the four at the base.  These branches spin in the
opposite direction of their parent branches.  The
ones on the inside are on the outside by the time
they reach the top. Corresponding chaos is designed
for the outdoors.  As the sun moves across the sky,
the structure will produces interesting shape shifting
shadows.  The surface finish is a hammer tone grey
with silver and black vein powder coated finish.  
Corresponding chaos is an amazing structure.  Take
a walk around it and watch it transform in front of
your eyes.