This group exhibition explores the artistic interpretation of our lands by nationally renowned painters, photographers, and sculptors. This includes work by Victoria Adams, whose carefully rendered oils, recall the majesty and unadulterated landscapes long ago as seen in the paintings of the Hudson River School. Sumptuously rich in color, James Cook’s thickly painted oils are a monumental and expressive interpretation of our landscapes. The exhibition also includes work by Michael Gregory, whose iconic paintings with barns and homesteads as subject matter, reflect on our migration westward and the beauty and isolation found in the Western American Landscape. Large format photographs from Laura McPhee's newest body of work will also be featured. Additional artists include Theodore Waddell, Sheila Gardner, Jan Aronson, April Gornik, Berkeley Hoerr, Diane Andrews Hall, and Pamela DeTuncq.