October 06, 2013 through December 01, 2013
Indoor exhibits: 9:30am-4:30pm Monday-Thursday; 10am-4:30pm Saturday/Sunday.
Greenburgh Nature Center
Joan Strier's first venture into the world of art was through stone sculpting. Her inspiration came from human forms, while favoring the female body. Her work was mainly abstract, as she enjoyed expanding her ideas, feelings and emotions into art.
Three years ago Joan began painting, and now feels completely free to express herself in every type of medium that she can. There is no limit to what she will try! Joan's work includes the following mediums: acrylic, ink, encaustic (wax), pastel, sewn and painted rice paper, and mixed media. She is greatly influenced by nature, form, and aerial maps, as you can see in the diversity of her work.
Exhibit runs through Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013.
Address: 99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583
About Greenburgh Nature Center
The Greenburgh Nature Center (GNC) is a 33-acre nature preserve with trails, a pond and gardens. More than 80,000 visitors come to the GNC each year. The property is a significant wildlife habitat refuge, both for indigenous species and for the hundreds of species of migratory birds that use it as a resting place on their spring and fall travels. The property includes 30 acres of woodland, two significant wetland sites, and a native plant meadow.
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