Welcome to the Eggleston Gallery Blog!

We want to show you some of the awesome things happening at the gallery, and to tell you what we've been thinking about lately. These blogs are a hodgepodge of topics including events, news, and things that excite us. We will announce new blog posts in our newsletters, but you can subscribe below to be notified immediately. We hope you enjoy them!


Our Trip to San Francisco and a Special Announcement

We had the great luck to attend the World Conservation Network in San Francisco last October, where we heard Jane Goodall and many others. We would like to tell you about a decision we've made, and about the conference that inspired us.


Eric Johnson

Eric Johnson is an extraordinarily talented photographer who has spent his retirement to--among other things--travel around the world, taking pictures of the animals he observes and doing his best to draw attention to their plight. He's been from the Rocky Mountains to Rwanda, and we want to share his Visions of Wildlife with our gallery.

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Karen Bartlett

Karen Bartlett is a long time friend of Eggleston Gallery, and an amazing artist. We wanted to share a bit about her with you, so that you can appreciate her and her work. Her love of nature is absolutely contagious!

 Nick's latest mural, installed at Hornung Elementary School in Brighton, MI.

Nick's latest mural, installed at Hornung Elementary School in Brighton, MI.

Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen

Nick has made great contributions to art and conservation in the state of Michigan. We want to tell you a bit about his life and work, and how we came to know him, since we talk about him frequently.

 Lexi and Grace met up in New York

Lexi and Grace met up in New York

Grace's and Lexi's Summer Adventures (2017)

Grace Eggleston spent the summer in Washington DC interning with the World Wildlife fund, and our gallery assistant Lexi Flint spent the summer in New York interning at a fashion design house!  I asked them both to share their amazing summer adventures.