WHHM Shell Study

“Shell Study” by Susan Joslin is part of a new exhibit of nature drawings by students of Julia S. Child that will be on display at the Woods Hole Historical Museum until the museum closes October 12.

Nature drawings by students studying under Julia S. Child are currently on view at the Woods Hole Historical Museum.

Ms. Child is a biological illustrator, and her work has appeared in books, scientific journals and textbooks. She has taught at the Children’s School of Science for many years. She also teaches a nature drawing class for adults, whose works are shown in this exhibit. Her students’ drawings are in colored pencil.

This fall the museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 AM to 4 PM. The museum’s archives are open to the public by appointment on Tuesdays and Thursdays year-round.

Woods Hole Historical Museum is at 579 Woods Hole Road, next to the Woods Hole Library.

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