The Gallery will CLOSE EARLY at 3pm on Sunday, March 24, for a private event.
Past exhibitions have explored artworks by a wide range of artists, from Audubon to Warhol, and from folk and sporting art to field guide illustration and contemporary wildlife photography.
Wondrous/Strange presents Sharon Beals stunning photographs from two very different subject areas. Learn More
This exhibit displays decoys and decorative carvings from some of the masters of the craft, including Elmer Crowell, Melvin Lawrence, Benjamin Pease and A. J. King. Learn More
Artworks made from direct observation by five internationally recognized artists: Larry Barth, Lars Jonsson, Jenny Keller, Clare Walker Leslie and David Sibley. Learn More
This exhibition traces the history of bird conservation from its beginnings to the present era, using a selection of the exquisite works of art that convinced the public that birds were worth saving. Learn More
Silkscreen prints of birds by Anne Faust will be on display beginning in January. Anne Faust’s vibrant silkscreens display her deep knowledge of birds and their habitats as well as her mastery of this compelling medium. Learn More
Arthur Morris is a freelance nature photographer, teacher, and writer specializing in birds. Learn More
No other region engendered such aesthetic quality and diverse styles of decoy carving as Massachusetts. For this exhibition, consulting curator Gigi Hopkins will select the best of the best, bringing together an unrivaled group of carvings that reveal the sculptural skill of Massachusetts’ master carvers. Learn More
Owls are fascinating creatures. Quiet and carnivorous, with masterful hearing and eyesight, these mysterious birds have inspired artists throughout time. Learn More
A rare 19th-century book, with stunning illustrations and a dramatic history, was donated to Mass Audubon in June, and now an exhibition has been organized around it. Learn More
This exhibition explores some remarkable collections of art inspired by nature—and the stories of the people who brought them together. Learn More