Nature Divine: Preserving Ecology Through Color

nature-divine

Panel Discussion

Wednesday, October 16, 6–7 p.m.

Meigs Gallery
Swope Conference Center
5 North St., Woods Hole, MA

Set among an exhibit showing a unique collection of oil paintings by renowned artist Jan Dilenschneider, Marine Biological Laboratory scientists, local students, and Ms. Dilenschneider will discuss Art, Science and Environmental Awareness. Moderated by Bill Hough, editor and publisher, The Enterprise.

Opening Reception with the Artist

CANCELED DUE TO STORM

Thursday, October 17, 6–8 p.m.

Meigs Gallery
Swope Conference Center
5 North St., Woods Hole, MA

Exhibit

October 18–20 & 22–26: 11 a.m.–4 p.m.
October 30: 1–6 p.m.
November 2–8, 10, 12–16: 11 a.m.–4 p.m.

Meigs Gallery
Swope Conference Center
5 North St., Woods Hole, MA

Intricate Leaf Shapes #1; Oil on Canvas; 2018
Sunrise on the Water; Oil on Canvas; 2019
Pond Lilies; Oil on Canvas; 2019
Lazy Stream; Oil on Canvas; 2019

The Marine Biological Laboratory welcomes the art of renowned artist Jan Dilenschneider with an exhibit showing a unique collection of oil paintings in support of the MBL’s mission.

From earthy vistas, to tranquil skyscapes, to glimpses of subaquatic life, her settings are lush and alluring. Ms. Dilenschneider’s goal is to help people understand the importance of nature and, indeed, spending time with her paintings may just change the way visitors see the world around them.

All events free and open to the public.

For sales and consignment inquiries, please contact Jan Dilenschneider; 203.273.2068

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