A prominent photographer's shots of the lovely garden paths at his Armonk estate are the next coming attraction at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich. The photos by the late Theodore Nierenberg will be on view from Aug. 28 through Nov. 7.
Nierenberg, who was also an industrial designer, devoted nearly 50 years to his gardens. "The Beckoning Path: The Woodland Garden Photographs of Theodore Nierenberg" displays 56 pictures showing his outdoor artistry during the different seasons of the year.
Nierenberg began his work of art when his home was being built on a 15 acre property overlooking Cobamong Lake. He was particularly inspired by Japanese gardens and incorporated Japanese maples into his garden plans. These gorgeous trees were often the focus of his photographs.
According to Mike Horyczun, director of public relations at the Bruce, several photos of one particular Japanese maple, planted near the lake and pictured in all of its seasonal glory, are part of the display.
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