Naturescape gallery featuring landscape artist Thomas McLean

Exhibiting artist's work from April 5th to May 31st.
"Woodland Stream" by Thomas McLean. Courtesy of the artist.

­ Naturescape Gallery at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History is proud to present original Impressionist Landscape Artist Thomas McLean April 5 ~ May 31, 2017. 

Thomas McLean is a self-taught artist of impressionist landscapes, motivated by the love of art and a lifelong romance with the aesthetic sublime. He is a plein air painter but also enjoys working in the studio and believes it is the art of the painter to bring life to the canvas, to bring out the spirit of the painting, without which you have only canvas and paint.

He exhibits his work at Crooked Tree Studio and Gallery in Cobalt, CT, a fine art gallery featuring contemporary paintings and drawings of the moods and atmospheric expressions of the Connecticut River valley and its surroundings.
 
Free with Museum Admission ~April & May Hours:  Wednesday-Sunday 11am – 3pm


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