“Our future depends on the preservation of the landscape. Short of the National Parks, the family farm best provides that,” said Van Hook, who now resides in Cambridge, where he raised his family and maintains his studio.
Van Hook has generously donated a painting valued at $1,500 to SQHAP, which will be raffled at the end of the exhibition. Raffle tickets will be available to purchase for $10 each at the opening reception in the gallery or the Art Park offices. Call 655-3196 for more information.
In addition to the exhibition, George Van Hook will be conducting a workshop from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 16. Artists interested in working alongside Van Hook while painting en plein air at the Art Park are asked to preregister with the Art Park by calling 655-3196 before June 11. The cost of the workshop is $90 (members of the Stone Quarry Hill Art Park receive a 10 percent discount).
Sarah Webster is director of Stone Quarry Hill Art Park. She can be reached at 655-3196 or firstname.lastname@example.org.