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Two Sunday Art Talks in Springs, One Live and One Virtual

Sat, 08/29/2020 - 11:50
"Divided We Stand" by Toni Ross is on view in the Leiber gardens in Springs. Ms. Ross will discuss her work in the garden on Sunday with five other artists exhibiting there.

Two Springs-based institutions will offer talks on Sunday, one live and one via Zoom.

The Leiber Collection will host a talk and tour of "The Garden of Friends" exhibition on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.

Philippe Cheng, Peter Dayton, Warren Neidich, Toni Ross, Bastienne Schmidt, and Almond Zigmund will discuss their work on view in the garden.

Other artists with work exhibited there are Pipi Deer, Jeremy Dennis, Conrad de Kwiatkowski, Saskia Friedrich, Jeremy Grosvenor, Jill Musnicki, Christine Sciulli, and Bill Stewart.

On view in the museum is "Garden as Muse," which highlights Gerson Leiber's paintings inspired by the gardens. Judith Leiber's designs on view also feature garden themes. Entry to the museum is by timed ticket through Eventbrite.

Admission to the garden talk and tour requires a ticket, which can be purchased with a donation of choice. Tickets are limited and masks are required.

The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center will conclude its Zoom lecture series with "Another Desert Laboratory," about Georgia O'Keeffe's house in Abiquiu, N.M. Sarah Rovang, an architectural historian, will give the free illustrated talk at 5 p.m. Access is through the Pollock-Krasner House website.

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