Event: The Japanese Garden in the West – 100 Years of Eastern Influence – Talk by Amanda Herries

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The Japanese Garden in the West – 100 Years of Eastern Influence – Talk by Amanda Herries

October 18, 2023 @ 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

NADFAS Directory Day Amanda Herries 22.3.17 ©Richard Eaton

Wednesday, October 18th 2023, 7.00 PM – 8.00 PM

The serenity, asymmetry and control of a Japanese garden is in seductive contrast to Western symmetry, form and free growth. The West originally discovered Japanese trees, plants, flowers and designs through illustrations on imported porcelain, lacquer and screens.
Japanese garden styles became highly fashionable in the 20th century, with several still identifiable.

After 10 years as Curator at Museum of London specialising in the decorative arts, Amanda moved with her family to Japan in 1988. Since her return, she has lectured, written and guided tours on Japan.

See below for pricing, organiser details and venue.

PHG and Arts Society members: £10 Non-members: £15

If you are a paid up member of the Arts Society, then no further payment or booking is required.

£10 – £15

Tattie Thompson

01481 239444

Les Cotils, Harry Bound Room

Les Cotils Guernsey
St Peter Port, GY1 1UU
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01481 727793
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