Scott Thomas Murison
  • 60, Male
  • Adelaide
  • Australia
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RESIDENTIAL-You are the Garden

Started May 27, 2009

 

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Scott Thomas Murison replied to Paul Best's discussion 'Resources/Books for Drawing Technique'
"Chip Sullivan has two fantastic books; one on climate and gardens and the other on drawing. The one on drawing is both a 'how to' and and inspiring."
Jun 16, 2011
Scott Thomas Murison replied to ALEX P's discussion 'Bad font decisions, yes I'm talking to you Papyrus users!'
"It does depend on whether you want people to remember what you've written. Recent research indicates that you are more likely to remember text if it is a little more difficult to read. Comic sans is apparently a good font for retention. I…"
Jun 13, 2011
Scott Thomas Murison replied to ALEX P's discussion 'Bad font decisions, yes I'm talking to you Papyrus users!'
"It does depend on whether you want people to remember what you've written. Recent research indicates that you are more likely to remember text if it is a little more difficult to read. Comic sans is apparently a good font for retention. I…"
Jun 13, 2011
Scott Thomas Murison added a discussion to the group Landscape Architecture Theory
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Hi Daniel,It would appear that a subject could be set for members to go away for research and then get back within a set period (say a fortnight) for discussion. What do you say? Regards          See More
May 4, 2011
Scott Thomas Murison commented on Adam McGovern's photo
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"To me this is not thinking enough   Regards"
May 4, 2011
Scott Thomas Murison commented on Matthew E Wilson's photo
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Artificial rock waterfall / retaining wall

"To me Matthew this pool patio scene is apropriate - I presume the residence is a similar style/materials. Do your clients go to you because you produce apropriate work? I would ask you to cosider the value of clients beating a path to your door…"
May 4, 2011
Scott Thomas Murison replied to Chad Shaw's discussion 'Firepit Construction'
"Consider a convex surface for drainage and keeping the fire breaking apart for extra oxygen supply. Slightly more wood would be needed for the session however."
May 4, 2011
Scott Thomas Murison commented on Natarsha Lamb's blog post 'A weekly update of my Masters project progress and questions'
"If you hanen't already you must get hold of Burtansky's (spelling?) aerial photography of mines - surreal and so very, very quiet! Scott"
Apr 22, 2011
Scott Thomas Murison commented on Aiyou Zhu's blog post 'A Brief Introduction of Yuanye'
"Thanks Ryan for the update. It reminds me of Japanese craftsman and curator, Soetsu Yanagi whose challenge to us is - it is not art until it becomes more than what it is. Scott"
Apr 22, 2011
Scott Thomas Murison commented on Hazel Borys's blog post '“Sustainability” is so ten years ago — Let’s talk “Resilience”'
"Hi Hazel, Sustainability is so McHarg, resilience is so today, let's talk chaos theory! Scott Murison "
Apr 22, 2011
Scott Thomas Murison replied to Ryan A. Waggoner's discussion 'The Economy and Marketing: August 12th Chat Conversation'
"These markets need to be developed in the good times. Also, we should consider publishing our personal views/ observations in local journals as our careers advance / falter. Being generous in the good times with our time, counsel and hospitality can…"
Aug 13, 2009
Scott Thomas Murison replied to Clayton Munson's discussion 'Interdisipline projocts' in the group Residential Design Group
"If he's a civil engineer you could always go over his head and appeal directly to the President. Scott Murison"
Aug 11, 2009
Scott Thomas Murison commented on Kevin J. Gaughan's album
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Oregon is Beauty

"Hi Kevin, I have been enamoured by Oregon since the seventies (yes I'm that old) due to that jazz fusion group. It created its own special ambience and you shots show why."
May 30, 2009
Scott Thomas Murison joined Kevin J. Gaughan's group
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Residential Design Group

This is a group for professionals who focus either partially or mainly on the residential sector of Landscape Architecture.
May 30, 2009
Scott Thomas Murison commented on BElen's photo
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Watercolor, paisaje

"This is surely a beautiful piece. What is the story? A remnant refugee island trailing the blood of its innocent martyrs pushed into oblivion as if of no account. But the artist has brought them such significance even to catalogue their most…"
May 28, 2009
Scott Thomas Murison posted a discussion

RESIDENTIAL-You are the Garden

I don't think I'm alone in my enjoyment of reading maps. For centuries they have been works of art and articles of adventure . We can use maps as analogies for our own journey through life, an anthropo-cartographic form to our experiences within the context of events that have shaped us. Some people don't believe their lives are worth mapping whereas others write memoirs or become subjects of biographies.These maps can be useful to others; friends, family, healing professions, priests, social…See More
May 27, 2009

Profile Information

I am a...
Landscape Designer
University
Diploma Garden Design
Certificate 4 Horticulture
Certificate Bricklaying
Current Employment:
self
Website:
http://www.gardenstudio.com.au
Favorite Designers
human frailty, eagle wings
Other Crafts/ Interests
reading, talking ideas, contemplation

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