Artistic Landscapes In the News

March 13, 2017 - Sea Spray Garden Club

Tony Hurley of Artistic Landscapes will present to The Sea Spray Garden Club on his perspective of landscape lighting systems for approximately 90 minutes. This meeting begins at 7:00 pm at the East Parish United Methodist Church at 8 Lafayette Road in Salisbury, MA. The meeting is open to the public. The presentation will cover the types of lights and ways to light typical landscape items and we will look at pictures of various landscape lighting projects that have been completed by Artistic Landscapes.

April 2016 - The Great Marsh Garden Club of Rowley

Tony Hurley of Artistic Landscapes presented to The Great Marsh Garden Club of Rowley on his perspective of landscape lighting systems for approximately 90 minutes. The presentation covered a few of the types of lighting brands and fixtures that are available, options related to transformers, example pictures of various landscape lighting setups and highlighted some of the common options to consider when designing a landscape lighting system. Many good questions were asked to Tony including the effectiveness and level of automation in timers that control landscape lighting systems.

August 2013 - Northshore Magazine

Northshore Magazine wrote an article about how to "Add Pizzaz to your Outdoor Living Space with Fire Features". Tony Hurley, owner and founder of Artistic Landscapes, was interviewed for this article.

For more information about Tony's perspective, please read the article in the Northshore Magazine.

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July 2013 - Coastal Home Magazine

The Summer 2013 edition of Coastal Home Magazine includes a two page summary of current trends in Outdoor Lighting. This section is titled "Ask the Experts: Talking Trends - Outdoor Lighting" and Tony Hurley, owner and founder of Artistic Landscapes LLC was interviewed for his opinion regarding outdoor (landscape) lighting. The summary of the interview that was printed in Coastal Home Magazine can be seen with the attached link Artistic Landscapes Interview on Outdoor Lighting.

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March 2013 - The Georgetown Record

The Georgetown Record announced that Artistic Landscapes exhibited at the Boston Flower & Garden Show that was held at the Boston World Trade Center from March 13 - 17, 2013. Artistic Landscapes built a portion of a landscape that included a patio, segmental wall, pillar and natural stone firepit, along with appropriate plants and landscape lighting within that setting.

To see the picture of the display that was printed in the Georgetown Record newspaper, please see the attached link Artistic Landscapes Display.

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February 24, 2011 - The Georgetown Record

Announced that Artistic Landscapes earned the coveted Angie's List Super Service Award for 2010 from Angie's List members.

For more information about the announcement, please read the article in the The Georgetown Record.

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January 2011 - Landscape & Hardscape Design-Build Magazine

Tony is quoted in the Cover Story titled Recycle, Reuse & Reduce Costs and includes pictures of a completed project.

For more information about how to reuse existing landscape items, please read the Cover Story article in the January issue of Landscape & Hardscape Design-Build Magazine or see the attached article Reuse old landscape elements.

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December 9, 2010 - The Georgetown Record

Sumarized that Tony attended and participated in a dry stonewall building workshop. This workshop was led by a gentleman who is one of only seven certified by the Dry Stone Walling Association of Great Britain as a Master Craftsmen in the United States and one of 163 in the world.

For more information about the announcement, please read the article in the The Georgetown Record.

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October 1, 2010 - The Citizen of Laconia and Citizen.com

The Bearcamp Valley Garden Club announced that Tony is their guest speaker this afternoon. Tony will discuss what to do to prepare a garden for fall and winter.

For more information about the announcement, please read the article in the The Citizen of Laconia which serves the Lakes Region of Lake Winnipesaukee and neighboring communities.

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April 8, 2010 - Tri-Town Transcript and Georgetown Record

Artistic Landscapes LLC announced that we are providing a free spring clean-up and pruning for military families who have a family member away from home serving the country in the armed forces.

For more information about the national "GreenCare for Troops" program, please read the article in the Tri-Town Transcript of Boxford, Middleton and Topsfield. This information was also made available in the Georgetown Record. There is additional information at the Project Evergreen website.

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February 11, 2010 - Georgetown Record and WickedLocalHomes.com

Tony Hurley of Artistic Landscapes LLC was a guest columnist regarding pruning trees and shrubs for the Georgetown Record. This article highlights some of the benefits of pruning during the winter months and how to select which branches to prune.

For more information about pruning trees and shrubs, please read the article in the Georgetown Record. This information can also be read at the "What's New In Real Estate" section of WickedLocalHomes.com.

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February 12, 2010 - Sudbury Town Crier, Harvard Post, Bolton Common, The Patriot Ledger, Dedham Transcript and Boston Good Life all published the Pruning Article which appeared in the February 11th Georgetown Record

Tony's article regarding pruning trees and shrubs which he authored as a guest columnist for the Georgetown Record appeared in the Sudbury Town Crier, the Harvard Post, the Patriot Ledger, the Bolton Common, the Dedham Transcript and online at Boston Good Life,.

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January 2010 - The Massachusetts Association of Landscape Professionals Newsline

The Massachusetts Association of Landscape Professionals announced that 43 Massachusetts landscape companies, including Artistic Landscapes, have signed up to help military families through GreenCare for Troops. GreenCare for Troops is a nationwide outreach program that connects local landscape professionals with men and women serving our country in the armed forces away from home.

To read this story, please see the attached article from the Massachusetts Association of Landscape Professionals Newsline.

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December 3, 2009 - Georgetown Record

Tony Hurley of Artistic Landscapes LLC was selected by Vince Wilfork of the New England Patriots and the Mass Mentoring Organization as the Match of the Game. Tony and his Little Brother, through the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Organization, attended the Patriots game against the New York Jets in November 2009. Tony has been mentoring his Little Brother since 2003.

For more information about the selection process and the events of the day, please read what the Georgetown Record.

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July 9, 2009 - Georgetown Record

Tony Hurley of Artistic Landscapes LLC earned the designation of Techo-Pro by Techo-Bloc. Techo-Bloc is a leading manufacturer of landscape and masonry paving stones.

For more information about Tony's professional designation by Techo-Bloc, please read either the Georgetown Record article or visit the Artistic Landscapes webpage highlighting their stone masonry skills .

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March 5, 2009 - Georgetown Record

Tony Hurley of Artistic Landscapes attended New England Grows at the Boston Convention Center. New England Grows is a three-day conference focused on the green industry. The conference has over 600 exhibitors with a series of educational seminars.

For more information about the educational seminars which Tony attended, please refer to the Georgetown Record article.

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September 24, 2008 - Georgetown Record

Tony Hurley of Artistic Landscapes has attained the highest level of certification within the landscape profession in the commonwealth of Massachusetts and earned his MCLP designation.

For more information about the MCLP exam and why it benefits a consumer to work with a MCLP, please refer to the Georgetown Record article.

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May 26, 2005 - The Conway Daily Sun

Tony Hurley summarizes the success he and another Master Gardener had with an after-school enrichment program for children. The Sprouts program was designed to teach the students who chose to attend the Friday afternoon program more about the fundamentals of gardening and nutrition.

To read this story, please see the attached article Conway Daily Sun.

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