This exhibition of new work explores the intimate relationship between humankind and nature. At the heart of the exhibition is an installation offering the viewer a solitary, sublime experience of being enveloped in nature. Accompanying mixed media artworks examine the womb as a natural cocoon.
Join the directors of the Sculpture and Horticulture departments in exploring the wildflower meadow with Mark di Suvero’s sculpture, Scarlatti, right at the center.
Experience formal garden displays with modern touches. The dedicated areas will feature unique display focused on blocks of color with a distinct color pallet. Colorful plantings like 'Cherry Spice' orange mums, and rainbow chard are paired with 'Red Kuri' squash and lime green apples artfully arranged to create bold patterns.
A marvelous exhibition beginning in November and running through the entire month of December and part of January each year. It includes 46 trees and cultural displays, over 300,000 colorful lights both indoors and outdoors, choirs, rooftop reindeer, as well as the beloved Railway Garden.