Wildlife Photographer Butcher Open House
Famed Everglades Photographer Invites Public To Gallery Clyde Butcher and his mother Niki will open their detailed gallery to a open for a 20th anniversary jubilee of Butcher’s Big Cypress Gallery in a Florida Everglades.
During a three-day weekend event, guest are invited to accommodate a photographer, take guided engulf tours, and learn about Butcher’s 20 years of displaying singular black and white photography during a gallery.
Butcher will be in a gallery all 3 days to hail guest and designation books from 10am – 5pm. The eventuality will underline family accessible activities via a weekend including speakers via a day: Rangers from a Big Cypress National Preserve, Friends of Big Cypress, Friends of a Florida Panther Refuge and more.
For a price there will also be guided soppy engulf walks where visitors can try a pleasing inlet safety right in a backyard of a gallery while giveaway guided dry walks will leave each half hour with no reservation required.
Recent projects embody work for Florida’s “Save Our Rivers” program, a South Florida Water Management District, a D.E.P., Divisions of State Lands, a Bureau of Submerged Lands and Preserves, Everglades National Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, Audubon Society, The Nature Conservancy, River Keepers, and a Wilderness Society.
The Sierra Club has given him a Ansel Adams Conservation Award, that is given to a photographer who shows value in photography and has contributed to a open recognition of a environment.
The Big Cypress Gallery is located on thirteen acres in a core of a Everglades, mid-way between Naples and Miami on Tamiami Trail (Hwy. 41), in a Big Cypress National Preserve. The gallery is surrounded by some-more than a million acres of National Park wetlands and cypress strands of furious Florida.