Posts tagged Irvine Museum
Artists and Conservancy: Conservancy Close to Home

This is a 6 part series on the role that artists can play in the conservation and preservation of land and buildings. In this installment, I explore conservancy in the Harpeth River Watershed, close to where I live.

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Artists as Documentarians and Conservationists

Landscape and wildlife painters today and throughout history have been responsible for awareness and change as explorers, documentarians, and conservationists. For instance, the idea of our National Parks is largely credited to artists and authors. Our paintings today are just as important as those of the The Hudson River school artists who first shared western views with their world.

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