Robert Floyd Photo Exhibit: Celebrating Kestrel Land Trust
September 30 - October 9
Nature and the land have been inspiring artists and photographers for generations. The Connecticut River Valley provides a wide range of those inspiring views with its many conserved mountains, meadows, streams, ponds, and farms. Throughout the last year, the Robert Floyd Gallery in Southampton generously sponsored a photography contest to benefit Kestrel. Talented photographers have been exploring the Valley to take pictures of conserved lands that Kestrel has helped protect.
The results of their explorations and perspective of the land will be on view for a short time during the Floyd Gallery exhibit “Celebrating Kestrel Land Trust: 50 Years and Going Strong” sponsored by the Monson Arts Council at the Monson House of Art. Three photographers have been selected for this special exhibit: Patricia Crutchfield, Steve Gingold, and Bob Solosko.
The exhibit is open to the public for two weekends only:
- FRIDAYS: September 30 and October 7 from 5 – 7 pm
- SATURDAYS: October 1 and 8 from 1 – 5 pm
- SUNDAYS: October 2 and 9 from 1 – 5 pm
Kestrel is grateful to Robert Floyd of the Robert Floyd Gallery and our Board member Pat Crutchfield for creating this project to highlight our special places in the Valley!