WHAT: As part of Carnevale, The Venetian and The Palazzo’s summer-long celebration, The Natural Wonders Gallery inside Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo presents a special evening of fine art. The event celebrates an exhibit of work by internationally renowned photographer, Art Wolfe on Friday, July 12, at 7p.m.
With his culled collection of photographic prints unmasking nature and culture around the world, Art Wolfe will make a guest appearance at The Natural Wonders Gallery for an exclusive preview of his latest work. Recognized for evoking the essence of native cultures and disappearing wildlife with his superb mastery of color, composition, and perspective, Art Wolfe’s fine art prints will give guests can an evening of visual splendor. Tickets include refreshments such as tasty hors d’oeuvres and celebratory cocktails for $29.00+tax.
WHEN: Friday, July 12; 7pm – 9pm
WHERE: The Natural Wonders Gallery
2nd level of Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo
The Palazzo Resort-Hotel-Casino
3327 S Las Vegas Blvd, Suite 2750
Las Vegas, NV 89109
TICKETS: Tickets are available for purchase by calling The Venetian | Palazzo Box Office at 702-414-9000 or on-line.
After my Boston & Fairfield workshops, I popped over to NYC to visit friends and see the progress on The Natural Wonders Gallery in SOHO. It is a gorgeous space and I can’t wait for it to open this fall!
Last month Art lectured at Google about The Art of the Image. It is now available for viewing and sharing online!
About Talks at Google: The Talks at Google program brings authors, musicians, innovators, and speakers of all stripes to Google for talks centering on their recently published books and capturing the popular and intellectual zeitgeist of the day.
Get out to your National Parks the week of April 20-28, 2013 for a dose of reality, a breath of fresh air and a good view of our tax dollars at work. Entrance fees are waived from Monday, April 22 to Friday, April 26. The parks are inviting you to experience all they have to offer.
Drawing upon his native home of Seattle, Washington, Art Wolfe has personally harvested the fir, salal berries, and cedar bark that are the essence of this audacious fragrance. This is a must for any Northwestern male, or any man who wants to smell of the Northwest. Be bold, be woodsy, be wild.
“Traveling to Japan with Art was a trip I had been wishing to do ever since I saw his Travels to the Edge show on Japan several years ago. This trip exceeded my expectations. Traveling with Art, Gavriel, and our Japanese guides was simply outstanding. It was the hardest trip I have taken as we had to get up around 3 AM many nights to get to our location for sunrise. It was all worth it in the end. We got spectacular light and I feel I made some of my best images on this trip. Our timing for this trip was very fortunate. I arrived after the volcano erupted and left just a few weeks before the earthquake. I really got to see Japan at its best. The people were happy and extremely friendly and helpful. I also feel Art was an outstanding teacher who worked tirelessly everyday to help improve all of our photography.”
Alan Sund traveled to Japan with Art Wolfe in February. Here are his thoughts on the experience as well as a few photos.
A wonderful experience! I’ve been a fan of Travels to the Edge for years – and this was great to finally go along with Art to see where and how so many wonderful images were taken, to experience it on a truly personal basis, to learn from the absolute best about how to improve my own wildlife, cultural, and landscape photography, and to practice each day from before dawn until after dusk. And add on top of that, each evening, Art’s excellent lectures and feedback on participants’ images. BTW… the behind the scenes planning was flawless (Art has a great crew). Best part of the trip??? I got to wear Art’s famous wool cap!!! The only way to top this would be to go on multiple tours with Art and Gavriel. Thanks guys!