Russel Wright arranged the footpaths cutting through the woodlands of his property in Garrison, NY, to be filled with small surprises. From up high, you look down to a sliver of meadow or find yourself walking beside carpets of moss. When you get to a cluster of cascading ferns, you hear a waterfall hidden behind a screen of trees. Wright's house and studio, with low flat roofs planted with sedum, are situated as discreetly as swallows' nests on the ledge of a cliff. They come shyly into your field of vision and vanish as you walk along. . .
Ecstatic Light / WINTER, 2014, Peter Bynum, on extended loan
72 in. H x 48 in. W. Acrylic paint on tempered glass, L.E.D. backlighting. Main House, Dragon Rock Photo: David Limburg
Homescape, 2014, Kristyna & Marek Milde, on extended loan
29 1/2 x 64 in. x 32 in. and 29 1/2 x 32 in. x 32 in.
Soil, living moss, grass, ferns, and stones, aluminum, wheels, insulation material
Auto Court, Dragon Rock
Landscape Workday: Restoring the Quarry Amphitheater
Saturday, April 21, 9am - 2pm
Unfurling skunk cabbage - magenta then green. Spicebush blooming yellow. . . Signs of spring! Join our landscape workday crew to help rake, mulch, plant and more as we begin restoration of the Quarry Amphitheater. Tasks for hands large and small, and a gift of Manitoga Mountain Laurel for all!
RSVP NOW for all or part of the day. Lunch served.