Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Opportunity for an exclusive tour

This Saturday, May 12, join the Mid-Atlantic Insitute of Classical Architecture & Art for an exclusive tour of Blue Ridge Farm designed by renowned architect William Lawrence Bottomley and landscape architect Charles Gillette as well as a guided tour of Jefferson's University of Virginia Campus. It will be a day not to miss; I'll be there, will you? For details on attending, visit the website linked above and go to "Chapter Events". Only a few spots are remaining so sign up today!

8 comments:

Lord Cowell said...

Will you be doing a follow up post after your tour? I do hope so, as I would love to see more and sadly attending myself is not possible! I'm off to look up more about Bottomley...

David.

Kerry @ Design du Monde said...

Yes, please do a post! It is my littlest's birthday and I have house guests otherwise I wouldn't miss it.

The Wandering Wahoo said...

Sounds like a great time! There are lots of great buildings on the UVa grounds (Interestingly enough, Mr. Jefferson didn't use the term "campus"). Here is a link to UVa's web page about ongoing preservation efforts there:
http://campaign.virginia.edu/site/c.kfIQKXOwFmG/b.4691717/k.BE93/Home.htm

Windlost said...

I wish I could attend!!! :(

Terri

P.Gaye Tapp at Little Augury said...

If only I'd known, More heads Up next time! pgt

Dovecote Decor said...

Darn! I wish I could go. It sounds wonderful. Off to scroll down and see what else you've been up to. You might want to visit our post on Charles Barton Keen and the Reynolda House and gardens, by Thomas Sears.
Best,
Liz

Bumble at home said...

Can we have a post on the day please, especially for your friends down here in the Sth. Hemisphere a very long way away.

Dovecote Decor said...

Come by and say hello, I have a fun post on the Roy P. Wallace Country Place Estate of Dick and Blitz Reynolds.
Best,
Liz