Gannon University Schuster Gallery Opens Changing Seasons
Posted: December 4, 2015
Changing Seasons, an exhibition of watercolors by Lee Steadman,
will open at Gannon University's Schuster Gallery, 700 Peach St.,
on Dec. 4 with a public reception at 7 p.m.
The exhibition features 18 works by the McKean, Pennsylvania
native whose work can be found in collections at The New York State
Museum, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, the Leight
Yawkey-Woodson Art Museum and the Smithsonian's Museum of Natural
Steadman's work has appeared nationwide in university galleries,
one-person exhibitions, and invitational art shows.
An internationally recognized illustrator, Steadman has
contributed to the National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of
North America. His trip to the Galápagos as a field illustrator
inspired the 51 Steadman watercolors included in "Galápagos:
Discovery on Darwin's Island," (Smithsonian Institution Press,
1989). In 1993, Steadman illustrated "I Do and I Don't," written by
children's television personality Fred Rogers.
The Schuster Gallery will be one of 10 local independent
galleries that open their doors from 7 - 9 p.m. to give viewers a
chance to explore the city's vibrant arts scene. Each gallery
offers its own exhibitions, entertainment and refreshments free of