Artist + Illustrator Drawn to Ecology, Alyssa Black
“Woodlands + Wildlife: Beauty in Diversity,”
The Opening Reception is on Jan. 12th in the Vine Hall Gallery. The event is free & open to the public with light refreshments. Artist Alyssa Black will be offering a workshop focused on drawing in winter the morning of January 12. Visit www.ssnsc.org/online-registration click art for additional details & to register.
Alyssa’s passion is introducing people to the beauty of the natural world around them through art. With a background in Landscape Architecture, she helps to translate science into relatable & fun illustrations. Her hope is to inspire people to learn about the ecology in their area & get outside to enjoy it because when you experience nature you become a happier person, which brings more joy into the world.
The exhibit showcases the ecology of New England with eco region maps, scientific tree illustrations, mountains, fungi, and pollinator species.
Exhibit by pen and ink artist Alyssa Black and fellow watercolor artist Joanna Alix. For more information contact Hannah Woodbury at 781-659-2559 or email Alyssa at firstname.lastname@example.org.