In the lobby of the Nevin Welcome Center, works of art and plant-focused displays change throughout the year.
Photographs by Carl Schofield
Photographer Carl Schofield will be displaying images of winter scenes around the Finger Lakes and other regions on gallery wrapped prints on canvas and satin media. This display will be in the Nevin Welcome Center lobby through the end of February.
January - February 2014
"Plant Portraits Through the Season" by Margaret Corbitt: An exhibition primarily of limited edition digital prints built in many layers over pencil sketches and photos, along with a few monoprints and ceramic plaques.
"Painting the Plantations Through Students’ Eyes" will be work created by students who took Camille Doucet’s landscape and tree painting classes offered by Cornell Plantations.
"PEEPS: Plantations Environmental Education Program for Sustainability"
This exhibit highlights the experiences of local teens who participated in the PEEPS program over the last two years, revealing the skills and personal development they gained from participating in this valuable program.
January - March
"The Japanese Chrysanthemum"
The chrysanthemum is a popular plant for providing fall flowers in this area and many were added to the Young Flower Garden this year. This exhibit highlights the cultural significance of the chrysanthemum in Japan. (Chrysanthemum 'Little One' shown left)
August 2013 - March 2014