Wilton artist Dunlop exhibits in Ridgefield

The work of Wilton artist David Dunlop will anchor the new exhibition, Nature Dreams in Color, at the Watershed Gallery in Ridgefield. The show will open with a reception on Friday, June 14, at 7, and will feature local and international artists celebrating the beauty and color of the natural world. It will be on display until Sept. 10.

Mr. Dunlop, who hosted the Emmy Award-winning PBS series, “Landscapes Through Time,” will present paintings on metal surfaces such as aluminum and gold.

“We’re fortunate to have an artist of David’s caliber right next door,” said Jennifer Mathy, Watershed Gallery’s director. “Like David, each of the artists in this exhibit uses unique color palettes and media to depict our natural environment.”

Also featured in the show are photographer Alison Shaw, who has made a career of capturing the expansive beauty of Martha’s Vineyard; oil painter Bang Si Truc, who has shipped in large waterscapes that depict the vibrant beauty of Vietnam; and New Zealand painter Helene Carpenter, who lived for 20 years in Singapore and explores the colors and flowers of Asia in her work.

Watershed Gallery is at 23 Governor Street in Ridgefield.

Information: watershedgallery.com or 203-438-4387.