Andrews Gallery of Wildlife Art
Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the Andrews Gallery of Wildlife Art, The Magnificent Obsession introduces visitors to Jackson residents and wildlife art collectors, Andy and Sandy Andrews, while exploring how art, hunting, and conservation connect.
The exhibit features paintings, bronze sculpture, taxidermy mounts, wood carvings, and prints, with new interpretation and activities developed with the Dahlem Environmental Education Center.
Opens May 8, 2021 at Ella Sharp Museum
What to expect during your visit:
- Meet Andy, the collector of the artwork exhibited in the Andrews Gallery of Wildlife Art, in a new video interview.
- Become a backyard explorer with gallery activities and at home ideas developed in partnership with the Dahlem Center.
- View artwork never exhibited in the Andrews Gallery, including prints and taxidermy.
- Go “inside” an artist’s studio and learn about some of the techniques and tools used to bring the artwork to life.
- And more!
The Magnificent Obsession was organized by Ella Sharp Museum. Exhibition support comes from Andy Andrews and Myrna Berlet-Dietrich.
Museum Members and Children Under 5: Free
Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sundays 12 – 5 p.m. *Wednesday – Saturday: Closed 12 pm to 12:30 pm for cleaning* Learn about our latest COVID-19 updates and “Steps to a safe and healthy visit” HERE.
Admission includes access to the Jackson History Gallery, Jackson & the Roaring 20s exhibit, Barns: Preserving Agricultural Heritage exhibit, and the Never Enough Time Gallery.