On display May 7th through July 1st, photography by B. Rich, Rodney Roberts, Dan Kennedy, Michael Smallwood, Mark Christal, Kristin Fletcher, James L. Soule, Lauren Scott and paintings by Dan Kennedy, Christine Wilkin, Barbara Stevens and many more. A public reception for this exhibit will be held on Sunday, June 2, from 7pm to 9pm and will feature music by Homestead Act with Allison and John Bolten and Amy and Jamie Potter.
Since the Green Man Festival began nine years ago, artists have connected their imagination to the sights and sounds of our natural world. Surrounded by our majestic green forests and simpler green spaces found at the edge of the built world where the Green Man lives, it is easy to uncover images that inspire.
This year is special…
It celebrates the 10th year the Greenbelt Forest Preserve became a protected woodland in Greenbelt. There are many interesting and historic visuals that commemorate this place… a living monument to our past, present and future…affirming its most enduring legacy to Keep it Wild and Wooded!
Whether it is brilliant yellow butter cups in a field, trees growing tall and wild or along the street, a stream with rocks, a snake, robins nesting, native grasses, quiet green spaces, they all deserve our attention and protection now more than ever.
It is the Green Man who comes back year after year to remind us of their importance, in the spirit of celebration and hope, asking you to get involved, plant trees, grow the tree canopy.
This annual art show at the New Deal Cafe shows us how Mother Earth has inspired visual artists. The show includes photography by B. Rich, Rodney Roberts, Dan Kennedy, Michael Smallwood, Mark Christal, Kristin Fletcher, James L. Soule, Lauren Scott and paintings by Dan Kennedy, Christine Wilkin, Barbara Stevens and many more. Stop by to see some Earth friendly art, learn some history and celebrate our heritage.
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