Two images from my ongoing series “The Way That Light Attaches” will be on view at the New York Botanical Garden’s 25th annual Antique Garden Furniture Fair. The 24″x36″ archival injet prints (editions of five) are being displayed by Milne At Home, complementing their selection of covetable antiques for the garden and the garden room. Included are a pair of spectacular, nearly three-foot high pineapple finials, c. 1930 and very large graceful orchid pots, c. 1950. All are cast stone and were discovered at an estate in Surrey, England.
As the incomparable New York Botanical Garden celebrates its 125th anniversary, this year’s Fair welcomes more than 30 exhibitors, offering thousands of items. The program also features talks, tours, music, honey sampling and a sale of unusual plants.
The Antique Garden Furniture Fair runs from Friday, April 30 through Sunday, May 1 and is open 10:00 am to 5:00 pm each day.