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Healing Hudson by Selva Ozelli for Putnam History Museum

June 8 - September 30

Selva Ozelli’s new exhibition, “Healing Hudson,” by Selva Ozelli, for Putnam History Museum’s public community room, explores the Hudson Valley’s importance in sparking the environmental movement in the U.S., which took off worldwide. The art on display features Darter Fish, which live in highly oxygenated fresh waters and received their name for their tendency to move in short bursts of motion. They are highlighted as an endangered species that once darted around the Hudson watershed, that the artist imagines may one day return to their home. The art show also features harbor seals and musician Pete Seeger. Selva Ozelli is an environmentalist who expresses this sentiment as an artist, writer and lawyer. She is an award winning artist whose paintings have been acknowledged in 19 international art contests and exhibited in over 100 art shows by numerous museums, the United Nations, ministries and NGOs across the world. She is a member of the Climate Heritage Network, the Gallery Climate Coalition, Art.Earth, Climate Cultures, Global Resilience Partnership and an ambassador to Oceanic Global. She is the author of Sustainably Investing in Digital Assets Globally published by Wiley. Her art work has been cataloged by the United Nations, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum and the Berlin University of Art as part of the project titled Climate Summit Art. Art and Political Event, 1972 – 2022. Her three art shows Reef Dwellers, Orcas & Reefs and Healing Waters are endorsed by UNESCO OCEAN DECADE.

Selva Ozelli is an ambassador to Oceanic Global and a member of Climate Heritage Network.


June 8
September 30
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