Lucinda Brockway, Program Director for Cultural Resources at the Trustees of Reservations, Massachusetts
PLEASE NOTE: THIS LECTURE WILL TAKE PLACE AT
FIRST CHURCH OF OLD GREENWICH, 108 SOUND BEACH AVENUE,
OLD GREENWICH, CT 06870
Reservations - email Greenwichdecorativearts@gmail.com
The wayward romp through the gardens of England, France and America will explore the unique, unusual and extreme in garden art and architecture. From shell-encrusted caves to towered barns, personal wealth has produced some of the most fantastic creations money could buy. This lecture will take a journey through time and place, revealing garden buildings, statuary and art from the 17th to the 20th century.
Top picture: Castle Hill Casino in bloom, 2016, Photo: Robert Murray, The Trustees Archives and Research Center
Bottom picture: Palladian Bridge, Stowe, Photo: Lucinda Brockway