Welcome to our new series of blog posts on strange, interesting and educational creations from Kezar Gardens Ecology Center.  The goal of this series is to ignite and excite our audience with the wonder of our space and will also include imaginative lessons on important environmental issues.

This inaugural piece was part of the short film, “My Garbage, My Neighborhood” by Soumyaa Kapil Behrens, who serves as an artist-in-residence at the center.  It takes broken glass, flower petals and construction paper and meshes them into an episode on the metamorphosis of nature in the cityscape.

To learn more about the film go to