The Designer's Eye

Start Date
01/22/2019
End Date
01/22/2019
Description
Drawing on her experiences designing more than 45 New York City public spaces, and a lifetime of challenges in her own garden, Lynden B. Miller shares how she looks at a sit—what's there and what could be—and how she visualizes what plants are needed to achieve her goals. Her training as a painter is a key to educating her eye for garden design. Her lushly illustrated talk will showcase practical ideas for successful gardens that look good in every season. The purpose of her work is to give city dwellers beauty and pleasure in well-maintained public places.
Location
Bronx, NY
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Horticulture / Plants
Parks & Recreation
Rural Landscape
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
2.0
Learning Outcomes
Students will examine how Lynden B. Miller
shares how she looks at a sit—what’s there and what
could be—and how she visualizes what plants are
needed to achieve her goals.

Students will explore how art is a key to educating Miller's eye for garden design.

Students will review practical ideas for
successful gardens that look good in every season.
Instructors
Lynden B. Miller
Website Registration
Course Codes
193LAN265D
Provider
New York Botanical Garden


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