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Thursday, February 12, 2015

PHOTO EXHIBIT: Clyde Butcher's Everglades Gallery Opens Friday February 13 2:00pm - 8:00pm

Clyde Butcher's Everglades Gallery
GRAND OPENING in Coconut Grove

Friday February 13   2:00pm - 8:00pm
2994 McFarlane Rd Miami, FL


Coconut Grove has always been one of my favorite towns. All of the independent-minded and vibrant spirited people make the Grove an exciting place for creative peopnd I’m happy to be a part of this wonderful community.

GALLERY IS NOW OPEN 7 days a week 1:00pm-8:00pm
Clyde Butcher's Coconut Grove Gallery GRAND OPENING Friday February 13 2:00pm - 8:00pm 2994 McFarlane Rd Miami, FL

Clyde Butcher Photo Gallery Opens in Coconut Grove

Clyde Butcher, whose famed photographs of primeval Florida rest upon the patient art of standing in water and muck until the light and the elements arrange themselves into the perfect composition, doesn’t actually seem to do a whole lot of sitting still.
There are the talks, the open houses and book signings at his galleries in Venice and in Ochopee on the Tamiami Trail, the traveling exhibits — there’s one in Sarasota, “Preserving Eden,” featuring photos of Florida, and another, just closed at the Museum of the Rockies in Montana, of American landscapes — and, this week, the grand opening of his third gallery, in Miami’s Coconut Grove.
Always, too, there are new photographic journeys.
Butcher, who works only in black and white, just got back from photographing majestic old oaks in Louisiana and will soon head to the Florida Panhandle to photograph coastal dunes local activists are trying to save from development. This spring and summer, he will work in the Ten Thousand Islands in the Everglades and return to his beloved stomping grounds in Big Cypress, and then it’s on to Denali in Alaska, a state he has never visited. That will leave only one state he has never shot in: North Dakota. READ MORE HERE
Clyde Butcher Everglades Gallery in Coconut Grove 2994 McFarlane Rd Miami, FL   Photo by Patrick Farrell






Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/entertainment/visual-arts/article9725729.html#storylink=cpy