“STILLNESS”: This painting by artist Joe Kazimierczyk is featured in “Trail of Breadcrumbs: Nature in Fairy Tales,” D&R Greenway Land Trust’s current exhibit, now on view via a virtual tour at drgreenway.org/art-galleries. The artist will participate in an interactive talk on July 15 from 5 to 6 p.m.
D&R Greenway Land Trust is hosting a free virtual “Art & Nature Happy Hour” on Wednesday, July 15, from 5-6 p.m. Settle in with your beverage of choice and enjoy an interactive talk with four artists, all featured in D&R Greenway’s current exhibition and virtual gallery. Moderating the conversation will be Marie L. Matthews Gallery Curator Diana Moore. Exhibited to honor Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary, “Trail of Breadcrumbs: Nature in Fairy Tales” features fine artists and children’s book illustrators Silvère Boureau, Barbara DiLorenzo, Jada Fabrizio, and Joe Kazimierczyk. To sign up and receive instructions for the free Zoom conversation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, a virtual tour of D&R Greenway Land Trust’s “Trail of Breadcrumbs, Nature in Fairy Tales” has been available to the public on D&R Greenway’s website at https://drgreenway.org/art-galleries/.
“This enchanting art exhibit is the perfect way to celebrate the beauty of the only planet we shall ever inhabit, while inspiring a love of nature in adults and children alike,” said D&R Greenway CEO Linda Mead. “At D&R Greenway, we celebrate Earth Day every day of the year by preserving and caring for land, and making it accessible with outdoor trails.”
Since 2011, Moore has brought her talents and wit to the curation of environmental exhibitions for the Marie L. Matthews Galleries at D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center in Princeton. She chooses artists who represent, “the evolving intersection of ecology, art, and activism.” Her themed nature exhibits over the years have demonstrated the importance of nature to artists and artists to nature.
Recipient of a BA in medieval art from Princeton University, Moore serves on several art boards including the Arts Council of Princeton. She holds a master’s degree in contemporary art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Intensely engaged in the regional arts community, Moore’s multi-leveled background includes biotechnology. She admits to being “a bioartist working at the overlap of science, ethics, and spirituality.” more