The Forest and the Trees
Seeing the Forest and the Trees
The Wild Center invited artists to submit works of art that captured their perspectives on the northern forest and the trees that make up their structure and essence.
The art you see in this exhibit was selected by a panel of scientists, educators, curators, and artists. Every artist was asked the question “How do you see the forest?”. Words from the artists along with their work reveal the many ways we can experience the forest and the trees.
The works of art in this exhibit are on loan from the artists. If you are interested in acquiring one of the pieces in the show, the Wild Supply Company will facilitate your purchase from the artist.
Art in the Park
Join The Wild Center this summer to awaken your artistic talents in celebration of art and nature in the Adirondacks. Monday mornings, from July 11th until August 29th, come explore the natural world through art with experienced Adirondack artists. Each three hour class is a good way to expand your art skills, have fun and learn new art techniques in areas such as watercolor, pastels and mixed media. Every Monday will have a different art focus and offer new skills to enhance your artistic knowledge so sign up for one or more.
Ages 15 and up are welcome for each class. Classes are from 10am until 1pm. Space is limited so please register soon. Museum admission is not included. Basic materials are included. Cost: $25 members/$30 non-members. Download a flyer about Art in the Park. Learn about who will be teaching the classes.
The Artist Studio at the center of the exhibition provides the supplies for visitors to create and capture their own moments.
By encouraging you to create your own art, we hope you gain new insights into the natural world.
Thanks to Blick Art Materials for providing some supplies for the Studio.