Art Opening at the Jaquith Library
Friday, April 15
6:00 p.m. Art Opening: Photos and Sculptures of Douglas Aja
Douglas Aja has been photographing African wildlife since the late 1970s and creating bronze sculptures since the late 1990s. The photographs on display at the Jaquith were taken between 1998 and 2015. Many of Doug's elephant photos and sculptures are of known individuals from Kenya’s Amboseli National Park, having been featured in many books and films, most notably the Echo of the Elephant.
Douglas Aja’s art show runs from March 28 to May 21.
7:00 p.m. African readings followed by questions and answers with artist
Refreshments will be served.
Here's a fun outing to do if the weather cooperates:
April is a busy time for amphibians. Natural Marshfield will go on a field trip with local ecologist Annie Reed to a vernal pool where we hope to see wood frog, peeper, and spotted salamander eggs and the proud parents too! (If we’re lucky and very quiet.)
April 21, Wed. at 6:30 p.m.
Meet at the Old Schoolhouse Common in Marshfield. Bring boots and headlamps.
For info: 426-3581