Eric Groft attends Landscape Pleasures 

OvS’ Principal Eric Groft recently attended Landscape Pleasures, The Parrish Art Museum‘s annual benefit. The event is an opportunity for attendees to visit a series of private East End gardens that are typically not open to the public. In addition to lectures, attendees visited Listowel Garden, the Garden of Arne and Milly Glimcher, Garden of Deborah Nevins, and Grey Gardens, which was made infamous by the Bouvier Family. Following the garden tours, cocktail party was held at the Bridgehampton home and garden of Louise and Leonard Riggio. The garden, home to a stunning collection of art, highlights the work by Richard Serra, Walter De Maria, and others.

(Photo: Pam Deutchman/Society-In-Focus)

Fred Seegal, Barbara Slifka, Robin Seegal, Eric Groft, and Peter Haveles (Photo: Pam Deutchman/Society-In-Focus

Sunday's tour will include a stop at Grey Gardens. (Photo: The Corcoran Group)

The tour included a stop at Grey Gardens. (Photo: The Corcoran Group)







Landscape Plesures

Listowel Garden on Horsemill Lane was among tour stops