Garden News Blog
The lairs are gaining form and detail, as volunteers help weave in layers of saplings for texture and strength. Visitors (especially kids) can't resist exploring. Patrick Dougherty is taking a break this weekend. Stop by next week to see him and the crew finishing the work. And if you can make it to BBG this weekend, don't
Today scaffolding was removed from the first completed section of the Dougherty installation. There are several more sections yet to be completed, but having the chance to wander into one of the picturesque structures this afternoon was pretty awe inspiring. It is a true delight to see wood woven so intricately together
This morning I had the chance to volunteer to weave sticks (some the size of small trees!), and I have to rave about the experience. What a terrific way to step out of the office and into the Garden. People were so curious as we wove ourselves more and more into the piece. And we could hear (but not necessarily see) the
On August 4, BBG members enjoyed a gorgeous sunset and crisp cocktails amidst the blooming water-lilies and sacred lotus of Lily Pool Terrace. The next Garden Cocktail Night is on Wednesday, September 1. All photos by Sarah Tew Photography.
Even when the Garden is closed to visitors on Mondays, a lot goes on behind the gates. With the scaffolding now in place and volunteers working through the weekend and today, the Patrick Dougherty installation is really starting to take shape. It's amazing to see how much the sculpture has grown and changed since
On August 5 Patrick Dougherty began work on-site at BBG for his sculptural installation. While volunteers worked to clean the sticks and saplings that were gathered from Ocean Breeze Park, BBG staff worked with Dougherty to dig holes where the main structural pieces will be placed. On Friday, August 6 work began to