Mid-River Bulletin Board
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A Look at Natural Tree Art: the Work of Artist Dan Ladd

Saturday, June 16, 2018
10:00 am - 11:30 am


 

There will be a tour of a property in Putney Village that has some interesting botanical manipulations that have created a special type of art form from trees.

Dan Ladd has devoted more than 38 years to observing and then utilizing suggestive interventions in the living world. The results are unfamiliar and unique art forms manifested from plants growing under his guidance. Much of Ladd’s work takes place in the outside world. He is currently artist-in-residence at Smith College, where he maintains an outdoor studio and a score of ongoing botanical architecture projects. Learn more at www.danladd.com

Meet behind the Putney Town offices (in the center of Putney Village) and carpool a short distance to the site of Dan’s work. The tour will be about an hour. Should you have any questions please contact County Forester Bill Guenther at 802-257-7967 (Ext. 305) or bill.guenther@vermont.gov

The tour will happen rain or shine so please bring appropriate footwear. No dogs as it is a private residence.



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Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

A Look at Natural Tree Art: the Work of Artist Dan Ladd

Saturday, June 16, 2018
10:00 am - 11:30 am


 

There will be a tour of a property in Putney Village that has some interesting botanical manipulations that have created a special type of art form from trees.

Dan Ladd has devoted more than 38 years to observing and then utilizing suggestive interventions in the living world. The results are unfamiliar and unique art forms manifested from plants growing under his guidance. Much of Ladd’s work takes place in the outside world. He is currently artist-in-residence at Smith College, where he maintains an outdoor studio and a score of ongoing botanical architecture projects. Learn more at www.danladd.com

Meet behind the Putney Town offices (in the center of Putney Village) and carpool a short distance to the site of Dan’s work. The tour will be about an hour. Should you have any questions please contact County Forester Bill Guenther at 802-257-7967 (Ext. 305) or bill.guenther@vermont.gov

The tour will happen rain or shine so please bring appropriate footwear. No dogs as it is a private residence.



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Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

A Look at Natural Tree Art: the Work of Artist Dan Ladd

Saturday, June 16, 2018
10:00 am - 11:30 am


 

There will be a tour of a property in Putney Village that has some interesting botanical manipulations that have created a special type of art form from trees.

Dan Ladd has devoted more than 38 years to observing and then utilizing suggestive interventions in the living world. The results are unfamiliar and unique art forms manifested from plants growing under his guidance. Much of Ladd’s work takes place in the outside world. He is currently artist-in-residence at Smith College, where he maintains an outdoor studio and a score of ongoing botanical architecture projects. Learn more at www.danladd.com

Meet behind the Putney Town offices (in the center of Putney Village) and carpool a short distance to the site of Dan’s work. The tour will be about an hour. Should you have any questions please contact County Forester Bill Guenther at 802-257-7967 (Ext. 305) or bill.guenther@vermont.gov

The tour will happen rain or shine so please bring appropriate footwear. No dogs as it is a private residence.



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