The Kettle Creek Art Gallery displays artwork with natural themes by local artists and art groups. Exhibits change on a monthly basis. These artists generously donate 20% of their sales at our gallery to Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center. If you would like to have your work displayed in the gallery please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 2017 Brochure
2017 Artists January Photo Contest Display Natural Resources photo contest. The top 13 photos will be available on a 2016 calendar. Proceeds from calendar sales will benefit Environmental Education programs at Kettle Creek.
February Darryl & Jordan Speicher "Life in the Poconos” The relationship of land and water, beast and fowl, flora and fauna is on full display in our own backyards– the Poconos.
March “The Pocono Mountains is Home- Landscapes in Watercolor" Penny Ross uses her paintings to convey her love for the beautiful Pocono Mountain landscapes. She hopes her work will inspire others to care for their environment.
April Andrea Henley “The Beauty of Nature” Andrea combines her love of nature and macro-photography in a captivating exhibit depicting nature in the Pocono Mountains.
May Nancy Hopping “Living with Wildlife” Award winning wildlife photography. Nancy captures the beauty of Pocono wildlife and captures what she sees and feels in her photography.
June Terry Flatt “Favorite Images from Around the World” The exhibit will include beautiful photos from countries including Great Britain, Europe, Africa, South America, Australia/New Zealand, Iceland, Norway and more!
July No art exhibit
August Terry Kloiber "Expressions of Nature" Just as nature utilizes many combinations of shapes, textures and colors, so do the artistic renderings of Terry Kloiber.
September Joan Lech “Wood as an Art Medium” Joan uses reclaimed wood from nature to create usable items and works of art through woodcarving and woodturning.
October Laurinda Rubin “Tannersville Cranberry Bog: An Artists’ Canvas” As a local artist and natural steward for the Tannersville Cranberry Bog, Laurinda has collaborated with local artists in the area to celebrate this local landmark for the community to enjoy.
November Stephanie Spotts “Don’t Choose the Art; Let the Art Choose You” Stephanie’s explorations in art, take her out of the usual and lands her smack dab in the middle of what’s next. One thing is sure; she likes to make the viewer smile.
December Photo Contest Display Enjoy the entrants in our Monroe County Natural Resources photo contest. The top 12 photos will be available on a 2018 calendar.