Washington, DC (September 26, 2012) The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s (TCLF) Eighth Annual Silent Auction will be held September 30, 2012, the catalogue is now online and absentee bids are now being accepted. Seventy-five (75) works including photographs, prints, drawings and even a Mohawk hardhat, by leading artists, landscape architects and others will be on view September 29-30 at the American Society of Landscape Architects annual meeting at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, AZ. Proceeds from the auction benefits the Pioneers of American Landscape Design series, which chronicles the lives and careers of significant practitioners.
Among the works featured are two limited edition lithographs by Roberto Burle Marx, an aerial photograph of New York’s High Line by Alex MacLean, and ink and digital photograph “tree drawing” by Pat Pickett and a faux grass Mohawk hardhat by Ken Smith. Noted landscape architects who created additional works include Gary Hilderbrand, Theodore Osmundson, Michael Van Valkenburgh, and numerous others. The complete list: Charles Anderson, Jennifer Andrews, Eric Baden, Tiffany J. Beamer, Erika Blumenfeld, Nina Borgia-Aberle, Roberto Burle Marx, Laura Burnett, Stuart O. Dawson, Benjamin Dimmitt, Elena Dorfman, Susannah Drake, Gary Dwyer, Angela Dye, Charles D’orbigny, Chris Faust, Tom Fox, Janis Hall, Russell Hart, Millicent Harvey, Susan M. Hatchell, Gary R. Hilderbrand, Mark Klett, Joseph Lalli, Tom Lamb, Richard Laugharn, Michael Lundgren, Alex MacLean, Alex Marks, Steve Martino, Glen McClure, Ian McHarg, Colleen Miniuk-Sperry, Chuck Mintz, Robert Nicolais, Laurie Olin, Gordon Osmundson, Theodore Osmundson, John Pfahl, Pat Pickett, Rollin Pickford, Joseph Jacob Plenck, Martin Poirier, Carl Pope (on behalf on NINebark Inc.), James Richards, Allen Russ, Robert Sabbatini, Lucinda Sanders, Mary Sheedy, Mary Shindell, Matt Siber, John Ormsbee Simonds, Kevin Sloan, Ken Smith, Anne Whiston Spirn, Stephen Strom, Chip Sullivan, Brad Temkin, Barry Underwood, Unknown, Michael Van Valkenburgh, Garie Waltzer, Alan Ward, and Western Litho Company, Los Angeles
About The Cultural Landscape Foundation
The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) provides people with the ability to see, understand and value landscape architecture and its practitioners, in the way many have learned to do with buildings and their designers. Through its Web site, lectures, outreach and publishing, TCLF broadens the support and understanding for cultural landscapes nationwide to help safeguard our priceless heritage for future generations. TCLF makes a special effort to heighten the awareness of those who impact cultural landscapes, assist groups and organizations working to increase the appreciation and recognition of cultural landscapes, and develop educational tools for young people to better connect them to their cultural landscape environs.
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