New Jersey Sketchers at the Blauvelt Art Museum
Join us for a day of sketching at The Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum.
Established in 1957 to promote the need for wildlife conservation and habitats, this unique institution offers us plenty to sketch, either inside or out.
Originally a carriage house, this turreted building has woods and interesting sculptures around it. Inside, is a beautiful room with the original paddocks, chandeliers, sculptures and the desk of Mr. Blauvelt. The Blauvelt is a natural history museum with
wildlife art and big game collections (taxidermy, a museum with wildlife artifacts and an art gallery for contemporary wildlife art.
Date: Thursday, 10/26
Where: The Hiram Blauvelt Museum
705 Kinderkamack Rd, Oradell, NJ 07649
Water and bathrooms are available. No food service. Bring your lunch and stool. Dry materials inside.
The Blauvelt is easily accessible from NYC by public transportation via NJ Transit within walking distance from the Oradell Station
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