The South Street Gallery, the area’s premier gallery featuring local, regional, and national artists, has announced a special exhibition and sale of paintings to benefit the Massachusetts Audubon.
Local and regional New England artists are producing paintings of the last farms, fields and meadows to be showcased in this exhibition. South Street Gallery will then donate a portion of the proceeds to the Massachusetts Audubon.
This very special event is a chance for art lovers and nature lovers alike to enjoy fine art for a good cause. The paintings will be on display for sale at the gallery for one month, and the show will kick off on Friday, February 1, from 6 to 9 pm.
Jack Hobbs, gallery owner of South Street Gallery, said he is looking forward to a fun celebration of a long-held connection between artists and nature. While some artists hail from Hingham, others make their home on Cape Cod, or in Rhode Island, to name a few.
Mass Audubon is one of the largest conservation organizations in New England, they work to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife. Together with more than 100,000 members, they care for 35,000 acres of conservation land, provide school, camp, and other educational programs for 225,000 children and adults annually, and advocate for sound environmental policies at local, state, and federal levels.
Mass Audubon’s South Shore Sanctuaries consists of 6 wildlife sanctuaries on the South Shore – protecting almost 2,000 acres. We have walking trails at sanctuaries in Marshfield and Duxbury with wheelchair accessible trails at our Daniel Webster Sanctuary. Our North River Sanctuary is where our offices and gift shop are located as well as serving as the base for our summer camp, and adult, children and family educational activities. For more info and directions, folks can visit our website: www.massaudubon.orf/southshore
-South Street Gallery