Wild By Nature: Paintings by Richard Sloan & Richard Timm
October 26, 2019 – January 5, 2020
Richard Sloan and Richard Timm gained broad popularity and prestige as two of America’s premier wildlife artists. Both earned acclaim for the extraordinary realism of their paintings. Their paintings showcase the beauty and diversity of North American wildlife and their natural habitats. Avid outdoorsmen since childhood, Sloan’s and Timm’s love of Nature inspired their art and their lifelong commitments to preserve and protect America’s natural resources.
This exhibition features a selection of their paintings of birds and mammals native to the Carolina Piedmont. Valued by wildlife enthusiasts, naturalists, and artists alike, their work is widely collected and exhibited in museums, galleries, homes, and businesses across America.
Inspiring Creative Play: Vernon Grant & Main Street Children's Museum
This exhibit celebrates the artistic legacy of renowned American illustrator and longtime Rock Hill resident, Vernon Grant, whose artworks inspired Main Street Children's Museum and honor the fundamental importance of play and creativity in all our lives.
Know Your Nature
An interactive, nature-themed exhibit. Packed with fun, hands-on activities, the exhibit highlight ways for kids and families to discover, appreciate, and experience the natural world around us. Learning is an adventure as you explore the wildlife of the Carolina Piedmont – climb a rock outcropping and explore the hidden nooks and crannies of trees, rocks, and streams.