Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper's East Hampton Garden. COURTESY GUILD HALL
Tucker Marder at the Folly Tree Arboretum.
Lucy Cookson's garden. COURTESY GUILD HALL
Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper's East Hampton garden.
After a few years off, Guild Hall of East Hampton has brought back its annual Garden as Art Tour with a look at beautiful and eclectic Hamptons gardens this Saturday, June 26.
Ross Bleckner, Lucy Cookson, Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper, The Folly Tree Arboretum and Landscape Details will open their gardens to guests to benefit the arts and cultural institution that is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year.
Tickets are $150 (or $125 for Guild Hall members) and include self-guided tours of the five gardens and access to a livestream of the morning panel, “The Living Medium — Garden as a Personal Art Form,” moderated by Edwina von Gal of the Perfect Earth Project with Tucker Marder, Eric Freeman and Lucy Cookson.
Those who purchase benefactor tickets for $500 will be able to attend the panel at Guild Hall at 10 a.m. and in the afternoon can join a cocktail party at the seaside garden of Kathy Rayner, evolved over 25 years between Georgica Pond and the Atlantic Ocean to feature an interconnected group of rooms displaying themes of the art, architecture and horticulture of India and Europe.
The Garden as Art Tour runs from noon to 5 p.m. Register at guildhall.org. Contact Kristen Curcie at email@example.com or 631-324-0806 extension 20 with questions.
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