“True Beauty can be discovered only by one who mentally completed the incomplete.” (Okakura, Kakuzo. (1906) The Book of Tea) The appeal of gardens is universal. They recall man’s journey of sovereignty over the wilds in which we originated. Also, they call us to that initial setting in that we were formed. Many religious traditions and mythology stem from this theme of humanizing landscape and can be glimpsed in a culture’s art. Typically, one thinks of art as a painting, sculpture or photograph but, landscaping and architecture must be included. In particular, Eastern gardens serve an example of artful expression in culture, follow the philosophies of Taoism and Zen – resulting in asymmetrical landscape. There are several types of traditional Eastern gardens including “Tsukiyama”…