Conservation, Art, and the Natural World featuring David M. Armstrong

David M. Armstrong

What inspires a nature loving artist? How does he source his materials? Where is the intersection between art and the natural world? Join us for a conversation with David M. Armstrong as he discusses how he successfully blends his artistry with a passion for environmentalism creating distinctive wood carvings and sculpture. Armstrong’s work Ponderosa Pine Saddle Bench (2015) is on permanent display in the museum’s Christine and Ted Mollring Sculpture Courtyard.

Program is included in museum admission; free for museum members.

Three docent-led museum tours are regularly offered Tuesday through Sunday at 11:15 a.m., 12:15 p.m. and 1:15 p.m. CLICK HERE for more information.

For a downloadable and printable version of the museum’s program schedule click here.