The Woodland Garden Photographs of Theodore Nierenberg to Be Shown at the Bruce Museum


GREENWICH, CT.- Photographs highlighting the seasons of a magnificent Westchester County garden are the focus of a new exhibition at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut. For more than 50 years, Theodore Nierenberg meticulously sculpted the splendid gardens of his New York estate. A rambling series of paths lead to intimate places and vantage points exposing vistas across an adjacent lake. A series of 56 photographs of these paths as well as intimate close-ups and scenic views taken over several decades and during all seasons will be on display in the new exhibition The Beckoning Path: The Woodland Garden Photographs of Theodore Nierenberg on view from August 28 through November 7, 2010. Theodore Nierenberg (1923-2009) was a prominent industrial designer and photographer. He began creating his garden masterpiece while designing and building a modern house overlooking Cobamong Lake on his 15-acre property in Armonk, New