THURSDAY, MAY 5TH: 6:00PM-9:00PM
New York artist, Marianne Stikas, departs from the world of abstraction for a very special exhibition for The Antique And Artisan Garden Show. Delving into an earthy naturalism, Stikas presents a veritable menagerie of pastel creatures. From long-legged cranes to curious kiwis-Stikas’ sweeping gestures of color display not only her artistic versatility but an unassuming appreciation for the vitality of avian and animal life.
SATURDAY, MAY 7TH:12:30PM-2:00PM
Noted garden designer, Richard Hartlage of Landmorphology, comes to The Antique And Artisan Gallery to speak about the planning and design process for Chihuly Gardens and Glass. Since 2007, Hartlage has labored to turn what was an asphalt parking lot into one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Seattle, Washington. With over 350 different kinds of plants. over 4,200 bulbs planted, and 500,000 visitors a year, Chihuly Gardens and Glass is a natural oasis in an increasingly pavement and technology driven world.
SATURDAY, MAY 7TH:2:30PM-4:00PM
“Featuring beautiful visual landscapes and details from today’s top designers in every room of the house, Susanna Salk’s It’s the Little Things inspires us to be personal and artful with our decorating choices, creating spaces that reflect our personality. This jewel of a decorating book looks at the design details that make up a room’s décor, the stylish little touches that can help any room transcend the ordinary.”
Written by Mallory O’Donoghue
Graphics by Patricia Lesyk