Date Sunday, November 18, 2018
Time 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
The Haddon Fortnightly Clubhouse
Kings Highway and Grove Street
Presenting Aileen Bordman Author of Everyday Monet
Sunday, November 18, 2018
Hear suggestions for infusing the beauty of Claude Monet…
his art, home and gardens … into your own home and life.
Learn about the artist’s lifestyle from an insider with extraordinary access to his beautiful home and gardens at Giverny. In this extraordinary glimpse into the world of iconic painter Claude Monet, Everyday Monet showcases the exquisite taste of a beloved and legendary artist. Monet’s garden, home, and paintings provide inspiration for styling any home—from floral arrangements to dinners to decor and beyond. Whether you are working with a large rural garden or a windowsill in a city apartment, this stunning book is filled with practical tips that will allow you to beautifully emulate Monet’s lifestyle, both inside and outside of your home.
Taste the same fabulous foods and drink typical of what Monet served to his guests at his gracious home in Normandy.
Admission to author talk and reception – $20
All of the above, plus signed hardback book – $40
Don’t risk a sellout!
Reserve your tickets now by contacting Marie at
856-428-9290 or [email protected]
Aileen has captured the essence of Giverny in the beautiful text and photography of Everyday Monet.– Meryl Streep
Everyday Monet is an extraordinary book filled with the lushness of Giverny. It brings the aesthetic of one of the world's most spectacular painters and his garden home.
Personally, looking through every beautiful page of this beautiful book brought back so many memories of when I moved to France and how I would travel to Monet's garden every weekend for inspiration. That is what this book does—inspire.
Thank you, Aileen Bordman, for creating something so spectacular for flower lovers across the globe.– Jeff Leatham, Artistic Director of the Four Seasons Hotel, George V. Paris, and Los Angeles
Aileen knows Monet's home and garden at Giverny like few others. Her photographs in particular are worth the price of the book, for they are some of the most sensitive images I have seen of Monet's property.– Derek Fell, Master Gardener and author of The Magic of Monet's Garden
For more information on Aileen Bordman visit Monet’s Palate