Living the Art of Stewardship

Trekkers Presents Greg Mort

Reflections on Art, Creativity, and the Earth's Gifts

Greg Mort is a widely recognized American contemporary artist whose unmistakably modern creations have the classic feel of the Dutch Masters juxtaposed with startlingly modern designs. His signature images combine his twin passions for science and nature. Mort’s art is in many prominent collections including the Smithsonian, National Gallery of Art, Delaware Art Museum, Farnsworth Art Museum, Academy Art Museum, Portland Museum of Art, Brandywine River Museum and the White House. In 2003, he established The Art of Stewardship Project, a foundation that supports and encourages environmental awareness through the arts. During the winter Mort lives and paints in rural Montgomery County Maryland and in summer on the Maine coast in the village of Port Clyde.

FMI, visit TREKKERS: http://trekkers.org/living-the-art-of-stewardship-presented-by-greg-mort-wednesday-july-15/

General Admission Event Door prize: framed print of Greg Mort’s watercolor, “Stewardship”.

Pre-Event Reception: each attendee will be given a lithograph of “Stewardship” as a gift.

TO PURCHASE TICKETS:

  • General Admission, 7-9 PM Strand Theatre: $20 per person.
  • Pre-Event Reception, 5:30-6:45 PM, Island Institute Gallery: $45 per person (includes preferred seating @ Strand Theatre).

Tickets available at Hello Hello Books in Rockland; The Owl and Turtle Bookshop in Camden; by calling the Trekkers office at 207-594-5095 (ask for Shari Closter); or reserve them online by clicking here.

This fundraiser will help support our youth mentoring programs.

 

Sponsored by:

Owls Head Transportation Museum

Coldwell Banker Commercial SoundVest Properties

Rockland Marketplace

George C. Hall & Sons

Somerville Manning Gallery

Horch Roofing

Show Dates & Times:

7/15/15 - Wednesday

7:00 pm,
Admission: 

$20 General Admission/ $45 Includes Pre-Event Reception
Available at Hello Hello Books in Rockland; The Owl and Turtle Bookshop in Camden; by calling the Trekkers office at 207-594-5095 (ask for Shari Closter); or online at http://trekkers.org/donate/

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