Chip Sullivan is professor of landscape architecture at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of Drawing the Landscape, a popular treatise on drawing and the creative process and of Garden and Climate, a beautifully illustrated book on energy-conserving landscape design. His work deals with the delicate balance between humans and nature and his drawings, constructions and installations have been exhibited widely. Sullivan was the 1984-85 Fellow in Landscape Architecture at the American Academy in Rome. He collaborated on a "visual history" of landscape architecture with Elizabeth Boults.
Chip Sullivan worked in the Adams studio.
Given to the MacDowell Association by Margaret Adams of Chicago, the half-timbered, stuccoed Adams Studio was designed by MacDowell Fellow and architect F. Tolles Chamberlin ca. 1914. Chamberlin was primarily a painter, but also provided designs for the Lodge and an early renovation of the main hall. The studio’s structural integrity was restored during a thorough renovation in…