Missing “The Morton”

Springtime is wonderful at The Morton Arboretum.  The wildflowers and daffodils in bloom, turtles climbing onto logs to soak up some sun, and the reflections of the redbuds over Lake Marmo are some of the most memorable sights of the year.

Members of the Nature Artists’ Guild of The Morton Arboretum are invited to contribute images of their artwork depicting Springtime at The Morton Arboretum to share on this website.  The artwork can be in any medium, and does not have to be new, but should be directly inspired by the sights, sounds, scents, textures, or tastes of spring at The Morton Arboretum.

All images should be e-mailed to Denise Fisk (whose contact information can be found in the Nature Artists’ Guild’s Yearbook) by next Wednesday, May 20, 2020.  Up to three images may be sent (with titles), but depending on the total number of submissions, not all may be used.

Nature Artists’ Guild members can do their part for all of those “missing The Morton.” For extra inspiration, please click on this link for the most recent short video tour of The Morton Arboretum.

Lake Marmo Redbuds, Acrylic, 14 x 18, copyright Gary Chipman.

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