Naturescape Gallery Presents Artist Jean Hynes

"Endangered Species" August 1 to August 31st

The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History presents Artist Jean Hynes Endangered Species
 

Naturescape Gallery at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History is proud to present artist Jean Hynes exhibiting original oil paintings of Endangered Species
August 1 – August 31, 2017 *
 

 Jean specializes in painting endangered animals.  She tries to capture the essence of their   personalities in the paintings by showing their very soul on canvas giving the viewer a close and personal look into their innocent playfulness and their hearts.
 
Jean has been painting since the age of 13.  She has always been drawn to animals of all types.  Although she works in watercolor, sculpting, and other mediums, oil has remained her passion. Her hope is to bring enjoyment to others and by concentrating on endangered species, raise awareness of their plight, and help to preserve their existence. Jean donates a percentage of sales to the International Fund for Animal Welfare, IFAW.
 
*Exact dates may be subject to a slight change. Please call ahead.

August Museum hours: Open daily 9:30am-4pm

 


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