Ecoart: Vision, Imagination, & Place

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“Lynne puts her sculpture at the service of wildlife (with the expert help of biologists and other scientists) while interacting with the place in which it is located. She works in the tension between what is good for animals, birds, reptiles, and what looks good to humans” (Lucy Lippard). Along with art for the animals, Lynne designs viewing platforms and trails so people can observe while not disturbing the wildlife.

Photo credit: Lynn Hull “Duck Island” and “Lightning Raptor Roost”. Permission and images provided by the artists.

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Gallery Hours

Closed for the Summer

Regular Hours:
Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri:
10AM – 4PM
Wed:
10AM – 8PM
Sat:
1PM – 4PM

And by appointment.

Email:
kdag.art@plymouth.edu
Phone:
(603) 535-2614
Mailing Address:
17 High St., MSC 21B, Plymouth, NH 03264
Physical Address:
150 Main St., Draper & Maynard Building, Plymouth, NH

Staff

Cynthia Robinson
Gallery Director
603-535-2614
ccrobinson@plymouth.edu

Mike Heitz
Admin. Assistant
603-535-2614
mheitz@plymouth.edu