Long-eared Owl, copyright Nancy Wu Lake Marmo Reflections, copyright Laverne Bohlin Golden-crowned Kinglet, copyright Vicki Liszewski Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema Triphyllum), copyright Kumie Kim Dunes Walk, copyright Cindy Kerchmar Copper Beech, copyright Arlene Widrevitz Along the Water, copyright Marlene Vitek Magnolia Buds, copyright Lisa Kanellos Sanctuary, copyright Margaret Navolio Prairie, copyright Marlene Vitek Tree and Oak Leaves, copyright Marlene Vitek Camofrog, copyright Linda Hilderbrant Cloud 1, copyright Haruo Kurokawa Bucket of Zinnias, copyright Margaret Navolio Young Barred Owl, copyright Cindy Kerchmar Windy day on the Big Hill, copyright Beth Berry Staying Warm, copyright Beth Berry Turban Squash (Cucurbita Maxima)-, copyright Kumie Kim Stillness in the Morning, copyright Beth Berry Open Water, copyright Gary Chipman Tomato, copyright Lisa Kanellos Ephemeral, copyright Yvonne Buckley Rest Stop, copyright Bernadette Hanacek Springbrook Summer Solstic Sunrise – Walking the Prairie, copyright Cheryl Holz Cabbage White, copyright Vicki Liszewski Twin Oaks at Twilight, copyright Gary Chipman Artichoke, copyright Brooke Wiseman Autumnal Rhapsody, copyright Ann Lamoureux Cloud 2, copyright Haruo Kurokawa Night Owl…Owl you need is Love!, copyright Jacky Surma Rectilinear Forest Fern, copyright Cheryl Holz Imposing Irises, copyright Alice Wych The Curious Pileated Woodpecker, copyright Karen Remkus Alpine Glacier Melt, copyright Patty Koenigsaecker McDowell Woods, copyright Yvonne Buckley Autumn Leaves in Icy Puddle, copyright Margie Navolio HollyHocks, copyright Linn Eldred Honey Crisp, copyright Dorothy Duffala Grape Honeysuckle (Lonicera Reticulata), copyright Kumie Kim Great Blue Heron, copyright Mary Voegeli Warren Woods, copyright Cindy Kerchmar Pink Magnolia, copyright Jill Adzia Sign of Spring, copyright Alice Wych Winter Grasses, copyright Laverne Bohlin Springbrook Summer Solstice -What lies Beneath, copyright Cheryl Holz Mushrooms & Monarch Butterfly, copyright Linn Eldred Barred Over Boreal, copyright Carol Cooley
Please enjoy this sample from the approximately 200 pieces of wonderful artwork celebrating nature recently exhibited by members of the Nature Artists’ Guild in the 2022 Autumn Art Exhibit at The Morton Arboretum.
The images are also available for viewing on the
page of this website, along with instructions for contacting the artists. 2022 Autumn Art Exhibit
Congratulations and thank you to all of the many volunteers, artists, employees of The Morton Arboretum, and visitors for their contributions in making the exhibit a success.
Images from the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Schulenberg Prairie will be coming soon.
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Thank you for the virtual show for those of us who weren’t able to attend. Beautiful work!