D&R Greenway Land Trust, in partnership with Princeton Public Library, hosts pop-up exhibit celebrating the birds of New Jersey

"Dark-eyed Junco," by Margaret Simpson

D&R Greenway Land Trust is partnering with Princeton Public Library to present a pop-up art exhibit at the Johnson Education Center, One Preservation Place, Princeton, titled “N.J. Birds & You,” February 23 through March 4.     

This exhibit features artwork created by members of the Princeton community and submitted as part of Princeton Public Library’s Great Backyard Bird Count programming. This exhibit includes, but is not limited to, works of art by local artists Hanna Aviv, Trudy Borenstein-Sugiura, Lori Langsner, Margaret Simpson, Maia Reim, and Amy Martin (D&R Greenway’s Easement Monitor).   

Each painting or drawing depicts a bird native to New Jersey, collected into a colorful and diverse flock of feathered friends.    

Joining this exhibit is Princeton High School freshman Ming Li, whose vivid and lively pencil drawings of New Jersey birds will be displayed alongside the Great Backyard Bird Count submissions. 

This exhibit celebrating the birds of New Jersey will be on display in D&R Greenway’s Olivia Rainbow Gallery at the Johnson Education Center for a limited time beginning Wednesday, February 23 through Friday, March 4, with viewing hours 11 am – 3 pm.   

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