“Lovely as a Tree” at D&R Greenway
“AUTUMN MIST”: This painting by Helen Meyers is featured in D&R Greenway Land Trust’s juried exhibit, “Lovely as a Tree,” on view through January 25 at the Johnson Education Center, 1 Preservation Place, Princeton. An opening reception is Friday, November 30 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
D&R Greenway Land Trust’s juried exhibition, “Lovely as a Tree,” includes the work of more than 80 artists responding to the words of poet Joyce Kilmer: “I think that I shall never see a poem lovely as a tree.” The artwork is on view through January 25, 2019 in the Marie L. Matthews Art Gallery at D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center, 1 Preservation Place, Princeton.
An opening reception is on Friday, November 30, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Phone (609) 924-4646 or email@example.com to register for the reception.
Standing sentry to watch over the Garden State, the trees of New Jersey benefit the environment and the creatures that inhabit it. From the state tree, the Northern red oak, to the memorial tree, the flowering dogwood, this exhibit celebrates their contribution to cleaner air, higher water quality, and a healthier, happier community.
“This is more of an immersive visual forest than an exhibition,” says D&R Greenway Curator Diana Moore. “Surrounded by many expressions of trees in many different mediums, one feels both the individual talent of the selected artists and the collective impact of a shared passion for the trees that punctuate our landscape.”
Exhibiting artists include Jim Amon, Kathleen Amon, Danielle Austen, Hana Aviv, Laura Beard, Kristen Birdsey, Aida Birritteri, Gail Bracegirdle, Linda Bradshaw, Deb Brockway, Lonna Buinis, Jean Burdick, Peter Burt, Glenn Cantor, Larry Chestnut, Fred Gardner, Christopher DeGrezia, Connie Dierks, Wayne Domkowski, Sean Edwards, Renee Egan, Daniel Gluibizzi, Catherine Gowen, Dee Gozonsky, Donna Gratkowski, Ann Hoffenberg, Susan Hogan, Mary Hrbacek, Eve Ingalls, William Jersey, Joe Kazimierczyk, Armor Keller, Catherine Kuzma, Deborah Land, Mary A. Leck, Robert C. Lowe, Byron Lum, Frank Magalhaes, Barbara March, Dominic Martelli, Helene Mazur, Joyce McAfee, William McCarroll, Lucretia McGuff-Silverman, Karen McLean, Helen Meyers, Arlene Milgram, Florence M. Moonan, Jo-Ann Osnoe, Tasha O’Neill, Heather Palecek, Paula Pearl, Elizabeth Peck, Doris Peltzman, Jennifer Petrino, Dallas Piotrowski, Bill Plank, Charles R. Plohn, Janet Purcell, Jack Quinn, Roy Reinard, Karen Repka, Laurie Rubinetti, Joel Rudin, Sandra Eliot, Kristopher Schoenleber, Donald Schoenleber, Beth Schoenleber, Sandra Shapiro, Aurelle P. Sprout, Pia St. Onge, Lucia Stout, Nishant Thelakkat, Tess Fields, Roger Thorpe, Diane Tomash, Jennifer Tungol, Sharyn Van Glahn, Kazaan Viveiros, Mary Waltham, Ray Yeager, and Anne Zeman.
“The mission of our Marie L. Matthews Art Gallery,” says Linda Mead, D&R Greenway president and CEO, “is to create reflection about the value of the natural world and inspiration to protect it. I am excited for visitors to experience what can only be imagined as a ‘virtual forest bathing’ adventure. Breathe deep and come on in!”
Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit www.drgreenway.org.