Naturescape Gallery - Bluff, Beach, Hollow and Sea with Jonathan Wright

September 4th to October 31st at Museum of Natural History

Naturescape Gallery at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History is proud to present Bluff, Beach, Hollow and Sea photographs by author and poet Jonathan Wright  September 4 ~ October 31, 2018. * 

This photo journey into the broad seascape and minute natural details reflects the writer’s two-week solo residency in the Peaked Hill Dunes in the late spring of 2017, when the sun rises and sets into the open Atlantic. The storms are as startling as the sky and the sand formations; the colors of sky and sand and water and land are in full blaze. Walking with no constraint, other than being back by dark and keeping the camera dry, offers insight and whiff of liberation.

Jonathan A. Wright has been an active regional leader in sustainable design and construction since1976. The firm he co-owns, Wright Builders, Inc., recently completed two Living Building Challenge projects, achieving the highest standard of renewable and resilient design and construction. His upcoming book Spirit of the Makers will be published by Ecotone Press in 2019. His journalism has spanned several decades, and in 2018 his poetry and photograph collection Season of Dreams joined the 2014 poetry collection After the Rain.  Jonathan is a US Rowing certified sculling coach, consults on sustainability, and lives in Northampton, MA

Jonathan Wright will be giving a presentation at our popular Lunch ‘n Learn series on Friday, October 5th at 11:30am. Call the Museum for Reservations.

Free with Museum Admission:  September Hours ~ open Daily ~ 11am-3pm

October ~ Wednesday – Sunday ~ 11am-3pm.

*Dates for the exhibition are subject to minor changes. Please call ahead.

 For more information please call the Museum at 508-896-3867 ext. 133.


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