Meg Webster (b. 1944) has long been guided by an environmentalist impulse to celebrate and preserve the natural world. For her exhibition, the artist will critically engage with Ogunquit Museum of American Art’s singular site on three acres overlooking the Atlantic Coast. Webster plans an installation of land art outdoors activating the dynamic habitats encompassing OMAA’s immediate surroundings, including intertidal zones and wetlands. Inside the museum, Webster will install works inspired by and sourced from the region’s rich natural resources such as sumac and moss.