January Photo Contest Display Natural Resources photo contest. The top 13 photos will be available on a 2018 calendar. Proceeds from calendar sales will benefit Environmental Education programs at Kettle Creek.
February Ray Roper Terratracks” - The world’s greatest trekking locations qualify for that appellation largely because they are visually stunning. See the works of Ray Roper in this fascinating photography exhibit. Opening Reception: 11am - 1pm. Exhibit runs February 1st through 28th.
March Nancy Hopping "Living with Wildlife” - Growing native foods for wildlife of all sizes, flowers for butterflies and birds, arrowroot for turtles and bears and everything else in between. You never know who will fly, crawl, walk or swim in Nancy’s path but all are welcome. This exhibit will feature Nancy's wildlife photography. Opening reception 11am-1pm. Exhibit runs March 1st through 29th.
April Miharu Lane “Great Trees” - The “Great Trees” series began in 2015 when Miharu visited Japan after 58 years. From “Old Sycamore” by the ruins of the Parrish Church circa 1784 in Maryland to “Lady Sycamore” in Tannersville, PA, she found abundance of subject matters. Opening reception 11a.m. -1p.m. Exhibit runs April 2nd through 30th.
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 email@example.com