Kate Osgood’s photography documents A Garden Story – The pollinator garden at the McLane Center, taking us through the life cycle of the garden, from buds to birds and all of the changes, and visitors, in between.
There will be an artists reception on April 11, from 4-6pm.
A volunteer at the McLane pollinator garden, Kate loves to document its beauty and changes through her photography. A lifelong lover of nature, she has shown this love through her work as a landscape architect and through her photography. She studied botany at UNH and landscape architecture at UCLA and is licensed in both CA and NH. Having a keen interest in using native plants in the built environment, volunteering at the pollinator garden is a perfect fit both to get away from the computer and to experience the life cycles of the plants first hand.
“I have long been an admirer of the pollinator garden program of the NH Audubon Society and hopefully this photography collection will inspire folks to explore this program and create a garden at their own homes.”
For more of Kate Osgood’s photography, please see her Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/kateosgooddesigns/