Linda Sherman, through paintings and monoprints, explores the nature of wildlife we share our neighborhoods, habitats and sometimes homes with.
Wildlife is all around us. Even in one of the most populated areas in the country, animals, birds and insects are constantly adapting to their changing environment. Linda Slattery Sherman has lived in one community in Maryland since 1974. Early on she saw few animals, but as time passed, deer, osprey, hawks, Great Blue Heron, beaver, snapping turtles, foxes, even coyotes and more have lived in or passed through her neighborhood.
In her Suburban Wildlife Series, Ms. Sherman visually examines flying fauna as well as the mammals and reptiles she enjoys observing in her yard, the parks and lakes in Montgomery Village.
Linda Slattery Sherman
An Abstraction of Life in the 'hood
December 2 – December 31
December 3, 5 – 9 pm
Christmas Eve 12 pm - 4:30 pm
New Years Eve 12 pm - 4:30 pm
Closed New Years Day
LS Sherman, "Bumblebee"
LS Sherman, "Teenage Nestmates"