Join the fascinating world of Linda Rutenburg, Canadian photographer and gardener, as she shares her five-year project in the US, Canada and England, documenting botanical gardens after the sun goes down. This program is not just for the avid photographer but also for lovers of flowers, nature, gardens and beauty. Learn how this project began and enjoy Linda’s extraordinary images from over 35 botanical gardens and arboreta. She will explain her techniques for photographing flowers and is sure to inspire both gardeners and photographers to get into the garden after dark.
Linda Rutenberg is a Canadian-born photographer. She produces work, teaches, lectures and gives workshops all over the world. The Garden at Night is a nocturnal garden series done in Canada, the US and England. In addition to her photographs, Linda has produced many books. Her award-winning Mont Royal: A World Apart reveals one year’s exploration of the Frederic Law Olmstead Park in the heart of Montreal, Quebec. She has also produced 11 books in a series with ECW Press on 13 North American cities. Her latest books, The Garden at Night (2007), After Midnight (2008) and The English Garden at Night (2009) take us on a journey through the most beautiful botanical gardens at night.