The City of Gaithersburg presents “Celebrating Wildlife”, an art exhibit showcasing wildlife ranging from tiny insects to some of Earth’s largest creatures.
The exhibit is on display through Jan. 30 at the Bohrer Park Activity Center, 506 S. Frederick Ave., Gaithersburg. Viewing hours are Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Masks are mandatory, and social distancing and limited capacity protocols are in place.
This exhibition was judged by painter and Gaithersburg police officer John Duke and photographer George Smith and features the work of 20 artists. Selected works include photography, oil, acrylic and watercolor, colored pencil, graphite drawing and printmaking.
Exhibiting artists include Judy Anderson, Michael Brown, Howard Clark, John Duke, Hiral Joshi, Carol Leo, Timothy Lynch, Sheryl Massaro, Mary Paul Barnaby, Jean Phillips, Scott Roberts, Elizabeth Steel, Angela Suggs, David Terrar, Caroline Thorington, William Waller, Deborah Walmer, Richard Weiblinger and Freddi Weiner.
This exhibition also features six in memoriam photographs of Michael Kuchinsky, a retired professor of international politics and semi‐retired Lutheran clergyman from Derwood. He was previously a member of the Gaithersburg Camera Club and the Rockville Art League.