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Art Gallery

As part of our commitment to Integrating Art, Science, and Humanities,

we exhibit historic and contemporary art, as well as literary materials, in our gallery.

Each exhibit features two separate Natural History Institute programs – one is an artist talk, and the other an associated field workshop.

3/17/20 – Our highest priority is the safety and health of our community, program participants, and staff. Click here for our updated response to COVID-19. 

Upcoming exhibits (dates to be determined):

 

“UNDER THE PINES”

Shawn Skabelund

 

“THE MOON BEARS WITNESS”

Randy Waln

 

“THE ART OF NATURAL HISTORY: HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JOSEPHINE MICHELL ARADER COLLECTION”

 

“PARCHED: THE ART OF WATER IN THE SOUTHWEST”

Julie Comnick, Curator

Organized by Coconino Center for the Arts; Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts

 

“ART, NATURE, SPIRIT”

Adele Seronde

 

“MY BELOVED WEST”

Louise Grunewald

 

“PUBLIC LAND, HAUNTING BEAUTY”

Taylor McKinnon

 

“WRITTEN IN STONE”

Curt Pfeffer, Curator, with Bill Ford, Kit Carson and Kestrel Fleischner

 

“PORTRAITS OF GAIA”

Ken Gorczyca

 

“ROCK THOU ART”

Carolyn Schmitz

 

Shawn Skabelund

Randy Waln

Adele Seronde

Taylor McKinnon

Ken Gorczyca

Louise Grunewald

Curt Pfeffer

Carolyn Schmitz

Our previous exhibits:

 

“ARIZONA ORIGINALS: NATIVE PLANTS OF ARIZONA”

Southwest Society of Botanical Artists, January 24 – April 10, 2020

 

“THE BIOPHILIA HYPOTHESIS COMES TO THE PERIODIC TABLE”

Deborah Springstead Ford, October 25, 2019 – January 10, 2020

 

“WILD AT HEART”

The Art of Walt Anderson, July 19 – October 11, 2019

 

“HEARTWOOD TO BEDROCK: ARTISTIC INTIMACY WITH THE MOGOLLON HIGHLANDS”

This exhibit ran from October 26 – December 22, 2018 and featured the work of sculptors Roger Asay and Rebecca Davis.

 

“THE ART OF NATURAL HISTORY”

Historic prints by John James Audubon, John Gould, Marie Sibylla Merian, Basilius Besler, Elizabeth Blackwell, Mark Catesby, François-Nicolas Martinet, Leonhart Fuchs, and Pierre-Joseph Redouté, on loan from the Prescott College Josephine Michell Arader Natural History Print Collection.

This exhibit closed on July 3, 2019.

 

For more information about:  Exhibiting at the NHI Art Gallery 

 

4TH FRIDAY ART WALK

We’re excited to announce our participation in the 2020/2021 season of Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk!

Our beautiful gallery will display a variety of exhibits throughout the season, featuring contemporary and traditional art focused on the reciprocal relationship between people and the natural world. This season of the 4th Friday Art Walk runs from April 2020 to March 2021*.  

* Due to COVID-19, our gallery is closed until further notice.

 

GALLERY COUNCIL

We’re grateful to these practicing artists, all with extensive gallery experience, for their ongoing advice and support.

Roger Asay ~ Sculptor; Painter  Prescott, Arizona

Jen Chandler ~ Photographer; former Gallery Manager  Prescott, Arizona

Edie Dillon Sculptor; Painter; former Gallery Manager  Prescott, Arizona

Diane Gilbert Textile & Installation Artist; former arts faculty, Yavapai College  Prescott, Arizona

Natural History Institute Art Gallery 

Mission Statement

The well-being of all life depends on human awareness of the essential and reciprocal relationship between people and the natural world—an awareness which is nurtured by attentiveness to beauty.  The Natural History Institute Art Gallery fosters a sustaining human/nature relationship by connecting people with each other and with the more-than-human world through aesthetic expression that awakens our senses and stimulates our intellects.  The Gallery will feature art that demonstrates our enduring embrace of diverse natural beauty, as well as that which engages contemporary challenges in human and environmental health and diversity.

Show Your Support

Your donations allow us to provide leadership and resources for a revitalized practice of natural history that integrates art, science, and humanities. The Natural History Institute is recognized by the IRS as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.