Working Together for Wildlife exhibit will open at the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum on Charter Day
The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum is honored to present the eleven most-recent paintings created for the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Working Together for Wildlife program. These artworks will be displayed in the museum changing exhibit gallery through December, 2017, with the premiere of the exhibit scheduled to coincide with Charter Day- Sunday March 12th, 2017.
Working Together for Wildlife: Selected Paintings, 2007-2017
Presented by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and the Pennsylvania Game Commission
Pennsylvania Lumber Museum
March 12 – December 29, 2017
In 1982, the Pennsylvania Game Commission created a program that uses the creative power of art to benefit nature. The program, Working Together for Wildlife, features a particular animal each year, alternating between birds and mammals. The Game Commission makes the artwork available in special edition prints and patches, the proceeds of which support conservation work on behalf of Pennsylvania’s rich wildlife. During the program’s three decades of operation, the artworks have also helped to teach and share the beauty of nature.
The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum is pleased to share the winning artwork from the years 2007-2016 as well as the 2017 painting. The paintings are the original artworks created for the Working Together for Wildlife program. Corresponding patches for select artworks are available for purchase in the Museum Store.
This exhibit is based on Working Together for Wildlife: Three Decades of Pennsylvania’s Nature in Art organized by the State Museum of Pennsylvania in 2016.
More information about the Working Together for Wildlife program can be found at the PA Game Commission web site by following the link below:
Prints and patches can be ordered from the PA Game Commission Outdoor Shop: