Florida Wildlife Corridor Foundation

Timeless: Art, Science and Nature

Sonja Pedersen

New Exhibit Open at Wild Space Gallery!

Wild Space Gallery presents Timeless: Art, Science and Nature at Archbold Biological Station. 

At Archbold Biological Station, scientists and artists work in tandem on long-term ecological and environmental studies. In the living laboratory/studio that is Archbold, they are building a picture of Florida’s ancient lands and its inhabitants over time.

While science relies on facts, and art on imagination, the two approaches can merge, as this exhibition of works created at Archbold suggests. Included are images by scientists who leverage their artistic skills to further their research, and compositions by artists who access scientific knowledge in their aesthetic investigations.

Media include painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, music, video, and installation by Dustin Angell, Reed Bowman, Mark Deyrup, Mollie Doctrow, Michele Oka Doner, Maria Eisner, Thomas Eisner, Evelyn Gaiser, Deborah Mitchell, and Kristy Sullivan. Exhibition curated by Noel Smith.

This exhibit is made possible by the generous support of Bradley S. and Marta E. Pollitt and Family.

Included are images by scientists who leverage their artistic skills to further their research, and compositions by artists who access scientific knowledge in their aesthetic investigations. Media include painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, music, video, and installation by Dustin Angell, Reed Bowman, Mark Deyrup, Mollie Doctrow, Michele Oka Doner, Maria Eisner, Thomas Eisner, Evelyn Gaiser, Deborah Mitchell, and Kristy Sullivan.

This exhibit is made possible by the generous support of Bradley S. and Marta E. Pollitt and Family. Curated by Noel Smith.

Exhibition Dates: February 10, 2024 – March 29, 2024

About Wild Space Gallery: As an extension of the Foundation’s mission, Wild Space Gallery advances awareness of conservation issues within the state of Florida. By curating thought-provoking exhibitions, we create a space where art becomes the vessel for engaging, challenging, and inspiring collaborative ideas towards protecting Florida’s wild spaces. Wild Space is open to the public every Wednesday – Friday from 2-6pm and Saturdays from 2-8pm. Hours are extended until 9pm for Second Saturday Artwalk.

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