Nature's Art Gallery
See Art in Nature
Park visitors are invited to see nature from an artist’s perspective with Nature’s Art Gallery. Hike a trail and enjoy spectacular views and natural elements like you would art in a gallery. Natural elements will be "framed" to highlight form, composition, function, and color. The ever-changing, natural surroundings will offer a different view every hour of the day. In these busy times, participants will gain a greater appreciation for the beauty of nature that is often overlooked.
Share your photos on social media with the hashtag #WashCoNaturesArtGallery.
This project was created by Parks staff and independent curator Megan Arney Johnston.
|Megan Arney Johnston is an independent curator, museum specialist, and educator who utilizes socially engaged curatorial practices centering on the fundamental question about art, its display and mediation. Arney Johnston is a noted specialist in social engagement, coining Slow Curating in 2011. She will be receiving her PhD in Museology and Curatorial Practice from the University of Ulster, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Curatorial appointments include institutions in Europe and the U.S.A., where she has produced more than 320 exhibitions over her 25-year career, including three for the Historic Courthouse in Stillwater. She has written dozens of exhibition catalog essays and academic journals in addition to presenting on social practice and radical museology at numerous international conferences.|
|Pine Point Regional Park||Friday, August 14 - Friday, August 28|
Now extended to
|During regular Park hours 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.||North Loop (yellow) Begin at trail junction 7 off of the Gateway Trail, approx. a 2-mile loop. This trail is not lit in the evening hours.|