"Glimpses of the Natural World" with Photographer Susan Jarek-Glidden

November 1 to December 30th - Museum of Natural History
Courtesy photo of hawk by Susan Jarek-Glidden

Naturescape Gallery at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History is proud to present “Glimpses of the Natural World” by photographer Susan Jarek-Glidden November 1 ~ December 30, 2018. * 

Glimpses of the Natural World attempts to showcase the beauty of Cape Cod.  In addition to flora and fauna, Susan has also included weather conditions, several abstracts and “pho-quilts”, a photographic genre Susan created that consists of her original photographs cut into shapes. Viewed up close, the individual photos can be seen; from a distance, they combine to form a quilt pattern. She hopes that the latter will engage your imagination.

Susan holds a Ph.D. from Boston University and has been interested in photography since she was a little girl. Since that time, her work has been shown in galleries and various other venues in New Hampshire, Marblehead, Boston, the U.S.S. Constitution Museum, and throughout Cape Cod. She was also chosen by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority to hold a solo artist show entitled "A Photographer's View of Deer Island".  She lives in Yarmouthport with her husband Tony and their beloved seal point Siamese cat, Maluska Anastasia.

And, on Wednesday, October 31st, aka Halloween, at 12:30pm Susan will be giving a Lunch ‘n Learn presentation on the “Vampires of New England.”

Museum hours: November/December - Wednesday ~ Sunday 11am – 3pm

Free with Museum Admission

*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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