The Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art features three galleries: the Ned Smith Gallery, the Olewine Gallery and the Romberger Gallery.
The Ned Smith Gallery features the work of the Center’s namesake — nationally-recognized wildlife artist, naturalist and writer Ned Smith — on a permanent basis. Much of the work on display is from the Center’s collection, with a few pieces on loan from the Pennsylvania Game Commission or private donors.
The Olewine Gallery features exhibitions by artists whose work either depicts or is inspired by nature. Notable exhibitions include The Mysterious John James Audubon, Fragile Nature (featuring the work of National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore), Andy Goldsworthy: Moments in Time and Pennsylvania Artists: A Tribute, which featured Pennsylvania-based artists on a rotating basis, including wildlife artist Gerald Putt and photographer Matthew Christopher.
The Romberger Hallway Gallery features 3-month exhibits of central PA artists, as well as the winners of the Youth Art Contest.