Protected Landscapes: October 24, 2015

Nancy West, Artist, painting at Cedar Grove
Protected Landscapes is an art exhibit designed to bring conservation to the public through visual art. The exhibit will feature local artists and Virginia Eastern Shore Land Trust (VES Land Trust) permanently preserved land. This event both opens land for artists to work on and presents protected spaces to a larger audience.

“We are really excited about this exhibit and to share our conservation work in a new way,” said Peter Henderson, Executive Director.

The exhibit will provide viewers with an intimate experience of VES Land Trust protected lands through the eyes of local artists. “We are extraordinarily fortunate to have such a wealth of artistic talent on the Eastern Shore,” said Henderson.

At the opening night exhibit, viewers will have the chance to mingle with the artists and easement donors, discussing the art and the creative process as well as the land and protecting it.
Cameron McIntyre, Artist
Protected Landscapes

The Barrier Islands Center, Machipongo, Va.
October 24, 2015
6-8 p.m.
$10 at the door
Refreshments and light snacks
All artwork available for sale

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the VES Land Trust and its mission.

All Artwork will remain on display through October 30, 2015.


VES Land Trust is very excited to work with such talented local artists.

Marty Burgess, Capeville, Va.

Willie Crockett, Onancock, Va.

Cameron McIntyre, New Church, Va.

Carole Boggemann Peirson, Townsend, Va.

Thelma J. Peterson, Machipongo, Va.

Jack Richardson, Onancock, Va.

Daniel Turner Thomas, Chincoteague Island, Va.

Nancy West, Chincoteague Island, Va.
Mission The VES Land Trust seeks to conserve rural lands which will best preserve the farms, forests, wetlands, fisheries, and heritage of Virginia's Eastern Shore for the benefit of future generations.