330 Cold Soil Road
Age recommendation: All Ages
Thirty-four paintings and photographs by noted local artists will tell the story of the century-old apple trees at the original Terhune farm. The exhibit brings to light the effects of climate change and focuses on how trees act as a buffer against climate change.
Through early November, selected artwork will be shown at Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie in Cadwalader Park on the second floor Gallery No. 5, before moving the artwork to Terhune’s wine barn on Cold Soil Road in Lawrence.
The Art Show Opening at Terhune Orchards, home of the century-old apple trees, is Nov 19. From 1-3 pm meet the artists and view more than 30 pieces of art inspired by Terhune Orchards apple trees.
The art will be up for viewing in Barn Door Cafe at Terhune Orchards 12-5 pm Saturdays and Sundays Nov 19 - Dec 11. Some of the artwork will be available for sale when the exhibit ends in December.