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LongHouse Gardens

LongHouse hosted a conversation with Steven & William Ladd and opened their Gardens on April 30th

May 1, 2022:  Spring is here and the LongHouse Gardens in East Hampton are open and filled with new growth in every corner. Spring is the perfect moment for an invigorating visit to the magnificent 16 acre sculpture garden. Many people from the surrounding area did exactly that on April 30. Snowdrops, daffodils and hellebores take center stage in the spring as well as their earliest flowering trees, a delight on near perfect day, weatherwise.

LongHouse hosted a conversation with Steven & William Ladd and opened their Gardens on April 30th

May 1, 2022:  Spring is here and the LongHouse Gardens in East Hampton are open and filled with new growth in every corner. Spring is the perfect moment for an invigorating visit to the magnificent 16 acre sculpture garden. Many people from the surrounding area did exactly that on April 30. Snowdrops, daffodils and hellebores take center stage in the spring as well as their earliest flowering trees, a delight on near perfect day, weatherwise.

LongHouse Director Carrie Rebora Barratt

Around 5:30 that afternoon LongHouse hosted a conversation with Steven and William Ladd moderated by LongHouse Director Carrie Rebora Barratt. The artists, who are brothers, spoke about their new commission for LongHouse, their inspiration, their craft practice in natural materials, and their commitment to community and society.Their installation is a perfect fit for LongHouse and another recent to visit the magnificent sculpture garden…

LongHouse Reserve Board President Dianne B. with William and Steven Ladd
Steven & William Ladd with Matilda McQuaid
Kellie Barratt, Patrick Christiano & Truman
LongHouse Reserve Board President Dianne B. with Peter Olsen