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“Plants in Our Daily Lives” Artist Reception
Saturday, June 11 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
You may think there is nothing much to the plants and trees that are around us every day, but they are vital for life and our long-term survival. Plants are an essential resource – we rely on them for food, water, medicine, the air we breathe, habitat, our climate and more.
The intention of this exhibition is to bring awareness to the necessity of plants in our daily lives. The botanical art on exhibit examines some of the plants we depend on almost daily. The beautiful, exquisitely detailed botanical watercolor paintings and drawings remind us of the importance of stewardship in preserving our natural environments to reduce the pollution of air, water, and soil.
The participating local artists studying with Corinne Lapin-Cohen at StoneHouse Studio in Katonah, NY are Lenore Adams, Ann Goodman, Rochelle Auslander, Gloria Gorell, Phyllis Chadwick, Norma Kurman, and Yona Shilling. The artwork of Corinne Lapin-Cohen will also be on exhibit. We thank Teatown for the wonderful exhibition space in which to deliver our message through art. We are proud to be part of the Address: Earth project being held at several locations throughout the Hudson Valley this summer conceived and curated by Bibiana Huang Matheis.