Philip Hyde has shown what can be done via photography to shed light and awareness on our precious natural resources.
Celebrate his life and look for his show now on view at the Lumiere Gallery in Atlanta. Watch the video to get a glimpse of his message.
I regularly support conservation and environmental awareness issues through the medium of photography. We all need to get the word or image out to the public in order to influence change and/or preservation. This is the right kind of propaganda.
Village Books in Fairhaven is bringing Art Wolfe to Bellingham for the Leopold Author Lecture Series.
Join Art Wolfe at at 6:30pm on Thursday, November 17, 2011. Admission is FREE.
The location is at the Crystal Ballroom in the Leopold Retirement Residence at 1224 Cornwall Ave.
Art will be giving a talk, slide presentation and book signing about his latest book “Dogs Make Us Human”. He teamed up with bestselling animal writer Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson to create a remarkable book that will be treasured by dog lovers far and wide.
If you have followed Art on the blog about this new title, here is a great opportunity to actually hear him talk about the project.
Books will be available for purchase and Art will be signing them following his presentation.
Art Wolfe, photographe animalier mondialement reconnu, nous livre ici la quintessence de son travail photographique. Ses récits émaillent l’ouvrage divisé en sept chapitres : Amérique du Nord, Afrique, Antarctique, Europe, Océanie, Amérique du Sud et Asie. Chacune de ces parties est précédée par un texte dans lequel Art Wolfe lui-même se confie sur son expérience unique.
À travers de nombreuses anecdotes, il nous livre les situations insolites auxquelles il a été confronté lors de ses nombreux voyages aux quatre coins du globe. Il nous raconte, par exemple, ses longues promenades en compagnie de manchots royaux, sa rencontre extraordinaire avec un gigantesque lion, ou encore la fois où, alors qu’il cherchait le bon angle pour une photo, il s’est retrouvé coincé sous un bébé éléphant de mer. Le récit de ces moments rares est illustré par des photographies exceptionnelles, dont seul Art Wolfe a le secret, et qui reflètent l’immense talent de ce photographe animalier hors du commun.
224 Pages, 160 Photographes, 280 mm (largeur) x 300 mm (hauteur), broché
This is the last offering of this class this year. It has been applauded by so many photographers and it will motivate you to get out there and try new ways of seeing that can improve your compositions immensely. We all need inspiration and this is a great one.
Saturday, November 12 – Nature Visions Expo Keynote
I am the keynote speaker this year at the 2011 Nature Visions Expo. This is an event that comes to us through the Mid-Atlantic Photography Association. I will be giving my favorite lecture “Between Heaven and Earth”. This talk is a grand adventure tracing my formative years and development as an artist. There will be a Q&A following. Tickets available at naturevisions.org
Art Wolfe will be a guest speaker at the Kenmore Camera Photo Expo.
The 2-day event is at the beautiful Lynnwood Convention Center. The Photo Expo is dedicated to digital photography. There are a host of highly qualified speakers both days that you will not want to miss. But don’t miss Art Wolfe.
Art will be giving a talk, slideshow and book signing about his newest book, “Dogs Make Us Human”. He teamed up with bestselling animal writer Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson to create a remarkable book that will be treasured by dog lovers far and wide.
Here is an opportunity to hear about the project from the creator. Art will be speaking on Saturday from 1:00 to 2:30pm followed by a book signing.
>>CLICK HERE for a complete program guide for the weekend event.