Richard Hartlage to Speak at Antiques & Artisans Garden Show

The returning A-List judge will be speaking on April 3

If the plants aren’t enough to draw you to The Antique & Artisan Center’s second annual garden show, take note that the event will also feature great guests speakers, including landscape architect Richard Hartlage, Principal of Land Morphology in Seattle — and returning A-List judge.

In his lecture,“Thin Places: Gardens That Move You,” Richard will discuss how gardens can be places that transformative places that can bring to mind recollections of the past or give the viewer a profound sense of the magnitude of being in the present.

Richard will talk about two significant projects that have changed his perception on making exceptional gardens with strong emotional impressions, and the ingredients that imbue a place with meaning. “An Apache proverb says, “Wisdom sits in place,” says Hartlage. “The idea of revealing and speaking that wisdom in the form of a garden is a profound task, but rewarded with inspiring results.” Come shop the garden show and enjoy Richard’s lecture on Thursday night.
The Antique & Artisan Center Garden Show will run from April 2 - 6, 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m (open until 7p.m. on Thursday, April 3)

Thursday, April 3 at 1 p.m. Jane Garmey will speak on Private Gardens of Connecticut & The Hudson Valley.

Thursday, April 3 at 6 p.m. Richard Hartlage will lecture on “Thin Places: Gardens That Move You.”

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Antique and Artisan Center

Antique & Artisan Center
69 Jefferson Street, Stamford; 203-327-6022

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