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How to apply for An Artist-In-Residence Grant: Samy’s Photo School comes to The G2 Gallery

Photographers have been creating art in national parks since the late 19th century – but did you know the National Park Service offers photographers the opportunity to pursue their artistic discipline while residing within our nation’s most inspiring landscapes? In fact, the National Park Service offers Artist-in-Residence (AIR) programs in over 50 national parks – and […]

On the Shoulders of Giants

“If I have seen further than others, it was by standing upon the shoulders of giants,” explained Sir Isaac Newton some 341 years ago.  Thanks to Galileo’s telescope, and Newton’s own invention of calculus, our understanding of mankind’s place in the universe was forever transformed. This Friday evening, The G2 Gallery will host a modern-day […]

Call for Submissions: Designed Environment

Philosopher Isaiah Berlin once proclaimed that “to understand is to perceive patterns”. He reminds us that to “understand” means to figure out (or see) how things fit together.  We extract meaning from chaos by identifying patterns.  We look to find what famed prognosticator Nate Silver calls, “the signal in the noise”. It has always been human […]

Fragile Strength

According to poet philosopher Criss Jami, when looking for the beauty in all things, the layman will ask the philosopher – and the philosopher will ask the photographer. This Wednesday you have the opportunity to ask photographer Roberto Cabral about the beauty he captured in some of Africa’s most magnificent creatures. Creatures like Muhoza the […]

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Since G2 opened in 2008, our mission has been to support art and the environment by showcasing nature and wildlife photography and donating the net proceeds from art sales to environmental nonprofits. The G2 Gallery is committed to presenting informative and engaging exhibitions, by both celebrated and emerging talents, that shed light on important environmental […]