D&R Greenway Events

Art Sale featuring local artists Liz Cutler, James Fiorentino & Patrick McDonnell, EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND through April 12, 2024!

Art Sale
EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND
through April 12, 2024
Monday – Friday 10:00 am–4:00 pm

D&R Greenway Land Trust
Johnson Education Center
1 Preservation Place
Princeton, NJ

Unique Art fills the two-story renovated barn that is home to D&R Greenway. 

D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center at One Preservation Place

Your purchases support our mission: Preservation, Stewardship and Inspiration.

Featuring Four Unique Artists

Patrick McDonnell

MUTTS comic panel from June 2023

Specially selected Cartoon Prints that share the message of protecting land and animals
will make great holiday gifts for your own someone special! 

Patrick’s books including “MUTTS Go Green” will be available for purchase.
Patrick will be on hand to sign books and prints with his signature drawing.

Deb Brockway

“Bird Food” by Deb Brockway

Deb Brockway is a long-time trail builder volunteer on
D&R Greenway preserves and in the region with
njtrails.org.

She uses her quilting talent to inspire people to get outdoors on a trail!
A special exhibit of her one-of-a-kind landscape quilts offers an opportunity
for you to feel like you’re on a trail everyday when you take one home for your own wall.

Liz Cutler

“David & Goliath” by Liz Cutler

Retired Princeton Day School teacher and leader of the Sustainability Club,
Liz Cutler follows the
Flower Pressers’ Ethos when collecting botanical items
that she makes into unique pieces of art. 

This exhibit is in memory of her son, Isaac, who loved Greenway Meadows park,
protected by D&R Greenway with partners in 2001. Isaac often attended educational
talks at the Johnson Education Center with Liz. The art pieces that will be shown and
available for sale have never been shown before.

James Fiorentino

“Oak Tree with Buck” by James Fiorentino

You’ll find both small and large pieces of art, and reasonably priced giclees,
by this
award-winning artist whose watercolors are privately commissioned.
His art has been seen on TV and in galleries and museums world-wide.

New art not shown before in Princeton will feature a polar bear, snow leopard,
osprey, snowy owl, coyote, pumpkin scene with barn owl, and tiger – perfect for Princeton University Alums!

Stop by and take something home to support our work to
Preserve More Land in the most densely populated State in the country!

Thank you for your support that makes our work possible:
to preserve and care for land and inspire a conservation ethic, now and forever
.

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About D&R Greenway Land Trust:  D&R Greenway Land Trust is an accredited nonprofit that has reached a new milestone of over 22,000 acres of land preserved throughout central New Jersey since 1989. By protecting land in perpetuity and creating public trails, it gives everyone the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. The land trust’s preserved farms and community gardens provide local organic food for residents of the region—including those most in need. Through strategic land conservation and stewardship, D&R Greenway combats climate change, protects birds and wildlife, and ensures clean drinking water for future generations.

D&R Greenway’s mission is centered on connecting land with people from all walks of life. Visit our Facebook and Instagram pages and www.drgreenway.org to learn about the organization’s latest news and in-person and virtual programs. D&R Greenway Land Trust, One Preservation Place, Princeton NJ 08540.  The best way to reach D&R Greenway staff is by sending an e-mail to info@drgreenway.org or by calling D&R Greenway at 609-924-4646.

Our Mission: To Preserve & Care for Land and Inspire a Conservation Ethic, Now and Forever

Land Preserved
327 stories of preservation and 22,200+ protected Acres
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