“Awaiting the Ark” is an exhibition of recent paintings of endangered animals by Shirley Hogg. What makes this work so remarkable is the artist has painted the animals life-sized. The show dates are November 2-27, 2016, with a reception for the artist Friday, November 4, 5-8 pm.
In conjunction with her show, there are three special events:
“Hogg Wild; Painting Animals in Watercolor,” a children’s workshop with Shirley Hogg and Erin Deneuville, Saturday, November 12, 10-11:45 am for children ages 6-12 (fee, $15, reserve at bristleandturp.com/hoggwild)
“Explore Your Wild Animal Self through Collage,” a workshop with Patty Brown, Tuesday, November 15, 6-8:30 pm (fee $25, reserve at firstname.lastname@example.org)
“Saving Seabirds: Lessons We Have Learned from Puffins,” a talk by Steve Kress, Sunday, November 20, 2pm, followed by a book signing of Kress’s book Project Puffin.