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Current Obsessions: Gardens and Ghouls

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Current Obsessions: Gardens and Ghouls

October 28, 2017

On the eve of Halloween, the Gardenista editors are taking note of garden ideas for Halloween and a can’t-miss evening in New York with Piet Oudolf. Here’s a look:

Michelle is taking note of Preserving Time, a solo show by Japan-born ceramicist Kaori Tatebayashi at London&#8\2\17;s Flow gallery, featuring ghoulish pumpkins, gourds, artichokes, and other still lives in clay, inspired by the Dutch Masters.
Above: Michelle is taking note of Preserving Time, a solo show by Japan-born ceramicist Kaori Tatebayashi at London’s Flow gallery, featuring ghoulish pumpkins, gourds, artichokes, and other still lives in clay, inspired by the Dutch Masters.

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