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People on trail during summer at Habitat
Habitat Education Center, Belmont

In the Gallery at Habitat: Mass Audubon Artists

January 31, 2024

Exhibit Open February 1-29, 2024

Habitat will host the artwork of Metro West staff for the month of February, featuring contributions from:

Painting of a small hill at the edge of a forest
by Sonja Kenny
  • Sonja Kenny - Preschool Naturalist Educator
  • Carrie Flood - Regional Operations Manager
  • Margaret Stone - Wildlife Care Technician II
Painting of sand dunes with the ocean in the far background
by Carrie Flood
  • Ellen Cooley - Assistant Preschool Teacher, Drumlin Farm
  • Lindsay Neubeck - Public Programs Coordinator, Metro West
  • Meghan Haslam - Camp Director/Teen Programs Director, Drumlin Farm and Broadmoor
Two birds at a pond, one standing on a log and one soaring above in the middle distance
by Ellen Cooley
  • Sylvia Levine - Crops Manager
  • Rowan Bowman - After School Programs Education Coordinator
Drawing of an owl sleeping in a tree
by Lindsay Neubeck
  • Melissa Hansen - K-12 Programs Coordinator
  • Julia Meyerson - Administrative Assistant/Office Manager, Drumlin Farm

Artists' Reception

Come for a meet and greet with the artists on Sunday, February 18 from 12-2PM. Snacks and sips will be provided, and the fireplace will be crackling (weather permitting).

Abstract painting of a wave breaking
by Margaret Stone

Gallery Hours

Tuesday–Sunday, 9 am-4 pm • Closed Monday (except holidays)

Please call ahead to confirm our hours as the gallery is occasionally closed for private events.