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Virtual Meet & Greet with Clyde Butcher
Virtually meet the renowned photographer and Florida Artist Hall of Fame Artist winner, Clyde Butcher. The artist will join us from his home in south Florida for a lively discussion about his America the Beautiful series, and the audience will have chance to ask question.
Clyde Butcher is often called “the Ansel Adams of Florida.” Since the early 1980s when he moved to Florida from California, Butcher has built a career as one of the most highly regarded black-and-white landscape photographers in the world. Today his work in the wild areas of Florida represents one of the best environmental arguments for preserving what remains of the state’s rich natural heritage.
This event is funded in part by a Florida Humanities Community Project Grant, in partnership with Gadsden Arts, Inc.
Date/time: March 11 @ 1:00 pm
Presented By:Clyde Butcher