Trees, an art exhibit: a city without trees isn't fit for a dog

Trees: A city without trees isn't fit for a dog
February 13-June 27
Trees: A city without trees, isn’t fit for a dog, depicts the beauty of trees in Irvington in all seasons. Since the 1870s, Irvington has been described as having “winding tree lined streets.” The exhibit includes over 40 works of art from Otto Stark, William Forsyth, Charles Townsend, Dorothy Morlan, Frederick Polley, William Lawson and many more. The largest work is Brian Fick’s Memory Tree.
The title of the exhibit is thanks to a piece from Garry Petersen’s family. Garry was committed to increasing urban forestry and we are the beneficiary of his legacy. 

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