Posts Tagged ‘art’

Gallery Opening: “Biophilia” by Nick Neddo

Biophilia is a new exploration along one of the most consistent themes of Neddo’s artwork: our relationship to the natural world, our ancestors and the skills held in their ancient hands. This is a multi-disciplinary exhibit that features sculptural forms woven with willow and papier mache, as well as paintings, prints, and drawings, all made with tools and materials crafted directly from the natural landscape. The paintings are created with handmade paintbrushes with paint made from stones; the drawings are created with handmade pens and inks from a variety of botanical sources; the work itself is an invitation to go inward towards one’s own wildness, as well as a beckoning to remember how to learn from the wild outside.

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Gallery Reception – “Anatomy of a Pond” by Adelaide Murphy Tyrol

Please join us for an exhibition and celebration of artist Adelaide Murphy Tyrol’s exhibit, “Anatomy of a Pond,” on display at North Branch Nature Center from October through December. This show will be a combination of acrylic paintings and drawings, including larger fine art paintings, and small natural history armature illustrations. Gallery Opens at 5:30…

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