The Museum's newest photography exhibition, Primitive Florida: Celebrating the Land ‘Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky’, features the work of seven prominent conservation photographers, showcasing the stunning beauty of Florida’s unique landscape and the significant need for conservation. Encompassing selections of imagery by Jennifer Adler, Eric Clay, Benjamin Dimmitt, Paul Marcellini, Mac Stone and Carlton Ward Jr., this exhibition reveals each artist’s distinctive approach to their subject matter, and their overwhelming passion for the natural world.
The exhibition's 93 images take visitors on a journey through Florida’s richly diverse ecosystems: from cypress strands to sawgrass prairies, coastal lowlands and estuaries to freshwater springs. Showcasing a number of panoramic images as well as more intimate and abstract studies of nature, this exhibit offers audiences a glimpse of true wilderness–a more primitive Florida–surprisingly hidden within plain sight.
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