Our show “One Farm: Multiple Perspectives” at the Bellefonte Art Museum

Portrays the work of 15 artists focusing on one subject, the Hodge Farm along Penns Creek. The artists are members of Farmland Preservation Artists of Central Pennsylvania. Over a one-year period, the artists created up to three pieces that produced forty-eighty individual perspectives. They worked in a variety of media and in plein air and in their studios.

The Hodge Farm is part of the Centre County Farmland Trust, a private, non-profit organization dedicated to preserving rich, productive farmland in Central Pennsylvania. CCFT works with willing farm families to place conservation easements on their farmland, ensuring that it is preserved for agricultural purposes, forever, regardless of future ownership.

Farmland Artists Features in the show: R Thomas Berner, Brienne Brown, Kim Flick, Holly Fritchman, Marianne Fyda, Susan Nicholas Gephart, Anne Kenyon, Cinda Kostyak, Jeff Mathison, Valerie Moyer, Barb Pennypacker, Jennifer Shuey, Lena Thynell, Milt Trask, Denise Wagner.