The Gallery will have LIMITED HOURS (2-4pm) on Thursday, July 18.
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.
Massachusetts artist Isaac Sprague was one of the greatest American bird and botanical artists of the 19th century, working alongside two giants of natural science, artist-naturalist John James Audubon and Harvard botanist Asa Gray. Learn More
Beginning with early childhood drawings of birds through his most recent full-color field guide illustrations of trees, the works selected for the exhibition show how drawings are tools to encourage observation and help in identification. That process of discovery and understanding is the ultimate goal of Sibley’s field sketching. Learn More
Pastel landscapes by Cindy House. Learn More
This exhibition showcases some of the best work of A. Elmer Crowell (1862-1952) of East Harwich, far and away the most gifted bird carver and decoy maker of his generation. Learn More
Ocean Wild features the exciting work of National Geographic Magazine photographer Brian Skerry, whose images have become synonymous with underwater awareness. Learn More