Garden State Watercolor Society and D&R Greenway are sponsoring
a poetry reading and artist gallery walk
Thursday, September 21, 2023.
Come and join us for an evening of poetry and art.
Learn what the word ekphrastic means!
6:30 p.m. – Doors Open
7:00 p.m. – Poetry Reading
7:30 p.m. – Gallery Walk
8:30 p.m. – Close
No preregistration is required
Light refreshments will be served
All artwork is for sale
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D&R Greenway Land Trust Announces
Garden State Watercolor Society’s
53rd Annual Art Exhibit
“Migration: Movement for Survival”
5th Annual GSWS Art Installation 2023
Theme: Works representing NJ species that are being targeted as needing protection
GSWS’s 5th annual Art Installation will be exhibited in concert with the juried exhibit.
CLICK HERE to learn more about this installation.
Please stop by to view this unique installation
and the 2023 Juried Exhibit!
The Garden State Watercolor Society was founded in 1969 by Dagmar Tribble, a noted watercolorist. Over its existence, GSWS has been a beacon whose award-winning artists have inspired generations. The nonprofit organization’s goal is to encourage painting in water media and provide educational and exhibition opportunities for artists and residents of NJ, PA, NY or DE. Please visit www.gswcs.com for updates.
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.
D&R Greenway’s outdoor trails and labyrinth are open. Visit our Facebook and Instagram pages and www.drgreenway.org to learn about our latest news and other programs and events. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling D&R Greenway at 609-924-4646.