WILD about Spring by Marian Osher
March 30 – April 30, 2017
WILD about Spring, an exhibition by eco-artist Marian Osher, celebrated both the beauty of spring and the importance of diversity in the natural world.
WILD about Spring presented a visual parade of colorful monotypes and paintings of wildlife. Photos of spring flowers and cherry blossoms mounted on wood circles seemed to pop off the walls of the gallery. The natural world is resplendent with variety. Visitors bring the diversity of humanity to the exhibition.
“I invite people of all faiths, genders, ages, sizes, races, nationalities and ethnic origins to enjoy this exhibit and reflect on the importance of respect and appreciation for diversity in all species in nature.”
The Georgetown Voice. Click here to read Gustav Honl-Stuenkel’s review of Marian Osher’s exhibit.
The Washington Post. Click here to read Mark Jenkin’s review of Marian Osher’s exhibit.
Sample Exhibit Images
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