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FREE landscape architect booksigning at The Hort Wed at 630 - RSVP required

From: leslie
Sent on: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 2:51 PM

Sounds like Paula Hayes has some amazing roofgarden experience.  Might be worth checking out! Just make sure to RSVP in advance so you can get in for free!

See you there.

Leslie





Wednesday, May 16
Paula Hayes: Artist & Landscape Designer
An Illustrated Talk and Book Signing

Well established as a contemporary artist, Paula Hayes is known internationally for her sculptural terrariums in organically-shaped hand-blown glass. She has also enjoyed a successful career designing sustainable gardens that range from urban rooftops to seaside landscapes.  Her first monograph, Paula Hayes (The Monacelli Press), collects 10 years of her work as both an artist and landscape designer, with never-before-seen or published material representing her terrariums, exhibitions, and gardens. For this illustrated talk, Hayes will discuss the relationship between the various components of her practice and how they overlap and inform each other.

Hayes’ exhibition, Land Mind, can currently be seen at New York’s Lever House through April 27.  Nocturne of the Limax maximus, her much-heralded exhibit at MoMA, enjoyed an unprecedented installation in the museum’s lobby.  She has also shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, Jeanne Greenburg-Rohatyn’s Salon 94, the Marianne Boesky Gallery, and the Wexner Art Center in Ohio.  Her work was recently included in Verdant at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design, and in summer 2013, her work will be part of the Emscherkunst triennial in Essen, Germany.

The talk will be followed by a reception and book signing.

Special Offer: Become a new member online or at this event, and receive 20% off the book ($50).
To join online, click here and use discount code: HAYES.
Offer is valid through 5/16/12.
Doors open at 6pm; talk starts at 6:30pm
Free and open to the public

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