|Calendar||Rappahannock County Artisan Trail|
|Location||Griffin Tavern, 659 Zachary Taylor Highway, Flint Hill, Va.|
|Date||Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 3:00pm - 5:00pm|
A photographic journey through the life cycle of trees, from birth to death and beyond. Trees are among the oldest living things on the planet and contribute to the health of the planet in many ways. Trees are our friends: they provide shade, a place for kids to climb, food for animals with seeds and nuts, and carbon dioxide recycling through photosynthesis. Trees provide building materials for people. When trees die, their carbon goes back to the soil to provide building blocks for more trees and lots of other species of plants and animals.
Joyce Harman has collected images of trees all during her years as a photographer. They never cease to fascinate her through all stages of their lives. This exhibit brings together the stages of life of trees.
This exhibition will be on display In the Upstairs Gallery at Griffin Tavern from the first of September through the end of October 2019 so if you can’t make the Sept. 14 reception do visit any time Griffin is open.
|Additional Info Link||http://www.harmanyinnature.com/|