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Nature Inspires Art

Guests to Baltimore Woods have a unique opportunity to enjoy nature both outside and inside.

John Weeks in the GalleryThe Baltimore Woods Art Gallery celebrates nature from a variety of artistic perspectives with five distinct exhibits each year, September through May. The gallery is located in the Large Program Room in our Interpretive Center and is open to the public during operating hours with no admission charge.

With the exception of the Student Art Exhibit which is held in May, all of the artwork is for sale. A portion of the proceeds raised form the sale of artwork goes to support the mission of nature education at Baltimore Woods Nature Center. For more information about the gallery, contact the gallery coordinator, Karen Jean Smith, at

Currently in the Gallery

Woodland Magic

Photographs by Rod Best
with Wood Carvings by Arlie Howell

September 8 through October 28
Artist Reception: Saturday, September 9  2- 4 pm

The beauty and magic of autumn is explored and interpreted in the work  of two distinctly  different but complementary artists. Rod Best’s fine photographs depict the natural phenomenon of fall that amazes us each year with the changes of color in our forests and the greater northeast landscape.  Arlie Howell finds the magic of the season within the wood itself, and adds to that a dose  of whimsey, by carving spirits and fairy homes from  found wood pieces.

Looking Forward

Drawing on Talent
Member Art Exhibit

November 3-December 22

Call for Artists!
Members of Baltimore Woods are invited to submit works of nature-inspired art to our
9th annual members’ exhibit.
Submission deadline is October 23rd.

Members Exhibit Prospectus

Previously in the Gallery

The Wildlife and Nature Art of Tom Lenweaver
March 3 – April 28, 2017


Amellia Hullihen-Demperio,1st grade Skaneateles

Student Art Show
May 5-27, 2017


Nature as Resource
Marybeth Sorber
Peter Valenti
March 4 – April 25, 2016

Drawing on Talent Members Exhibit
Nov 4 – Dec 23, 2016