9 a.m.–2 p.m. Daily
How do animals impress upon us an appreciation of the natural world, of our connection to the animal kingdom, to our planet and to our own humanity? What are our impressions of these animals and their lives? This exhibition is a collection of works from members of the Society of Animal Artists that consider and interpret these questions through a variety of mediums.
The Society of Animal Artists is an international organization for artists who paint, sculpt, or draw animals and wildlife, founded in 1960. The 60 pieces in this special exhibit represent artists from 7 countries and 27 states within the U.S.
Sword Billed Hummingbird II
by Mark Dedrie