Exhibitions closing in the months listed below

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January 2022

Brandon Ballengée: The Age of Loneliness including work from his series' Motel for Insects, Collapse, and Ghosts of the Gulf, at the Acadiana Center for the Arts, Lafayette, Louisiana. Through January 8, 2022. 

Art On The Edge: From Extraction to Restoration and Regeneration 2 including Alicia Escott, Eliza Evans, Stephanie Garon, Linda Gass, Margaret Lejeune, Stacy Levy, Linda MacDonald, t.c. Moore, Bonnie Peterson, Tammy West and Mary White, at Peninsula Museum of Art, San Bruno, California, a WEAD exhibition in conjunction with EXTRACTION: Art at the Edge of the Abyss. Through January 9, 2021.

Earthborn: 30 Seconds to 40 Moons is a two-person exhibition reflecting on life and loss, including Linda Alerwitz, at Primrose Gallery, Springs Preserve, Las Vegas, Nevada. Through January 10, 2022.

Steven L Anderson: Shared History presents artworks made while in residence at Blue Heron Nature Preserve, Atlanta, Georgia. Opening reception, December 4, 2021, 4-6pm. Through January 15, 2022.

Counter Mapping is a group exhibition including Minoosh Zomorodinia, curated by Viola Arduini at 516 Arts, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Through January 22, 2021.

Wet Networks features artifacts and commissioned projects from Geek Camp 2021: Neversink Never Ever including Christopher Lin, at The Queens Museum, New York. Through January 30, 2022.

Towards a New Animism is a group exhibition responding to the complex relationships between humans and the living planet, including Candace Jensen, at Amos Eno Gallery, Brooklyn, New York. Opening Reception, January 7, 2022, 6-9pm. Through January 30.

In Deep Water is a two person exhibition including Jane Ingram Allen, at Sonoma Community Center Gallery, Sonoma California, January 15-31, 2022.


February 2022

Weaving Unity includes films and paintings by Enid Baxter Ryce including War and the Weather, exploring the histories of Atmospheric Rivers, featuring the music of Philip Glass. Curated by Frida Cano.at 18th Street Art Center, Airport Campus. Closes February 5, 2022. 

Fungus et umbra sumus a solo exhibition of photography, video and installation art by Maria T. Whiteman, Art Place, INC, Portland, Indiana. Through February 7, 2022. 

Sanctuary: New Work by Linda Alterwitz is a solo exhibition of photographs, at Hilliard Art Museum, University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Through February 11, 2022.

Leaf Litter is an installation of large format graphics and sculpture by Christy Rupp at Fordham University Ildiko Butler Gallery, New York City. Through February 13, 2022.

Drawings and Tapestries is a solo exhibition including works by Hilary Brace, at Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, California. January 8 - February 19, 2022.

Shannon Amidonis a solo exhibition at PDX Insectarium, Portland, Oregon. Through February 25, 2022.

Story Tellers: Puppets by Artists is a group exhibition including Jan Harrison, at Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, New York. Opening January 8, 2022, 5-8pm. Through February 26, 2022.

Select6 is a group exhibition including Jimmy Fike and Claire McConaugh, at Garvey Simon, New York. Through February 28, 2022.

Marietta Patricia Leis: Sense Memories is a solo exhibition in the Muñoz Waxman Gallery at the Center for Contemporary Arts Tank Garage, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Opening reception December 3, 2021, 5-7pm. Through February 27, 2022.

Forest Bathing is a group exhibition including Christy Rupp, at Kleinert/James Art Center, Woodstock Byrdccliffe Guild, New York. Through February 27, 2022.

Biennial of the Biocene: Change the Green to Blue includes Basia Irland and Mary Mattingly, The 15th International Biennial of Cuenca, Ecuador. December 10, 2021–February 28, 2022.


March 2022

Sanctuary is an outdoor exhibition including Rachel Frank's new work titled Sentinel Offering Kernos: Woodcock, Oysters, Lichen, at Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, New York. Through March 6, 2022.

Landscapes of Extraction: The Art of Mining in the American West examines how mining has altered the natural environment on a spectacular scale including Erika Osborne at the Phoenix Museum’s Steele Gallery, Arizona. Opens November 7, 2021. Through March 6, 2022.

In Nature, Nothing Exists Alone is a group exhibition including Kim Abeles, Chris Costan, Christopher Lin, Leonore Malen, Tattfoo Tan, Marion Wilson, at the World Trade Center, NYC Culture Club, New York. Opens January 27 through March 7, 2022.

Food Justice: Growing a Healthier Community through Art is a traveling group exhibition including Jeff Schmuki and Wendy DesChene AKA Plant Bot, at Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA. Through March 22, 2022.

Lands End reflects on the fragility of the planet’s health including About One Beach Plastic, an installation by Judith Selby Lang. Opening and fundraising vernissage on November 6, 2021 at the Former Cliff House, San Francisco. Through March 27, 2022

Unsettled Nature: Artists Reflect on the Age of Humans is a group exhibition including Jenny Kendler and her sound art piece Music for Elephants, at National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C., Through March 2022.


April 2022

Cross-Pollination: The Moth Migration Project is a collaborative project celebrating moths as pollinators and metaphors for the exchange of art and ideas, by Hilary Lorenz at Denver Botanic Gardens, York Street Location, Colorado. January 15, 2022 - April 3, 2022.

Wetlands Shifting Shorelines is an outdoor print exhibition inspired by vulnerable South Coast wetlands, by Anne Krinsky, installed on the Worthing Seafront Promenade, Worthing, England. Through April 29, 2022.

Eco-Urgency, Now or Never includes two dozen artists that heed the call of the climate crisis including Rachel Frank and Mary Mattingly at Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, New York. Through April 2022.


May 2022

Limnal Lacrimosa is a transforming public art installation engaging water and climate by Mary Mattingly, at 5 Sixth Avenue West, Kalispell, Montana. By Appointment on Mondays 6-9pm and Sunday evening listenings. Through May 2022.

Fugitive is a solo exhibition of works by Anne Krinsky, at Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, England. February 5 through May 1, 2022.

Atmosphere is a solo exhibition of works by Enid Baxter Ryce, at Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, California. Through May 15, 2022.


June 2022

Owning Earth is comprised of site installations outdoors including Eliza Evans and Elieen Wold, at Unison Arts, New Platz, New York. Through June 1, 2022.

Landscape Deconstructed: Mimi Czajka Graminski and Linda Stillman is a virtual exhibition on view at The Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden in North Salem, NY. Through June 2022.

Forest-Fire is an interdisciplinary, multi-sensory installation that tells the story of forest ecology and its relationship with fire, including Michael and Heather Llewellyn, and Jorie Emorie. Truckee Community Recreation Center, California. Opens December 10, 2021. Through June 2022.


July 2022

Pam Longobardi is a solo exhibition of work utilizing found ocean plastics that sheds light on the effects of global consumption on the natural world, at The Baker Museum, Naples, Florida. Through July 24, 2022.


Online exhibitions

Countdown is a group show including Hilary Baker and James Griffith, at El Camino College Art Gallery, Torrence, California. Online through January 2022.

Wrong Biennale #5 includes Animal Pattering Project by Debra Swak in Leonardo’s (MIT) Doomscroll Pavillion. Online through March, 1, 2022.

What’s Next for Earth: Thinking in Systems is an online exhibition including Christina Conklin, Meredith Nemirov, Tessa Teixeira, and Eileen Wold, based on the Think Resilience Course, The Millennium Alliance for Humanity & the Biosphere, an initiative of Stanford University, curated by Michele Guieu.

What’s Next for Earth: Collapse is an online exhibition including Christina Conklin, and Deborah Kennedy based on the Think Resilience Course, The Millennium Alliance for Humanity & the Biosphere, an initiative of Stanford University, curated by Michele Guieu.

What’s Next for Earth: Biodiversity is an online exhibition including Tessa Grundon, based on the Think Resilience Course, The Millennium Alliance for Humanity & the Biosphere, an initiative of Stanford University, curated by Michele Guieu.

Patterns in Nature is a group exhibition including Meredith Nemirov, Sarah Morejohn, and Seren Morey. The WoArtBlog featuring work by female artists.

Tectonics: bringing together artistic practices united by lithic thinking beyond human scales including Perdita Phillips and Annette Nykiel, catalogue and roundtable discussion. November 2021.


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