Posts tagged: mariyo yagi

First Storm of the Year

Winter Storm Grayson barreled up the East Coast and pummeled the Northeast with a full day of high winds, snow, and arctic temperatures.  With just a few branches down, the LongHouse gardens came through in one piece.  Here are some photos from the day after the storm, snapped by our...

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A Visit from Mariyo Yagi

This beautiful fall day brought a visit from the visionary artist, Mariyo Yagi.   Yagi, a self-described environmental artist, has long been a friend to LongHouse founder Jack Lenor Larsen.  Born in Kobe, Japan, Mariyo served as an assistant to Isamu Noguchi.    Since 1980, Yagi has created "artscapes", outdoor installations that...

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Sunbrella Chairs: The Stalwarts of LongHouse Reserve

We would be hard pressed to find a more beloved seating area than the colorful row of Sunbrella chairs perched in front of Peter's Pond.  These chairs came to us as part of the 2014 exhibition, Exteriors, and quickly became a guest favorite with visitors who enjoy the view of...

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