Photographer Clyde Butcher To End Cross-Country Road Trip In L.A., Will Shoot Local Ballona Wetlands
Celebrated photographer Clyde Butcher rang in the new year during a cross-country road trip. Armed with old-school camera equipment, Butcher's mission is to chase natural light and capture some of America's most stunning yet threatened landscapes. His last stop is L.A.'s Ballona Wetlands, and he's also heading west to celebrate "Visions of America," his black-and-white photography exhibition which opened at The G2 Gallery today.
Curated by Jolene Hanson, the collection boasts over 30 of Butcher's most beloved large-format photographs from America's national parks, according to a press release. The autographed silver gelatin prints have captured the beauty of Yosemite and the Florida Everglades, among numerous other spots...
During his road trip, Butcher also planned stops at the Grand Canyon and Lone Pine, propelled by the environmental photo opportunities in California.
My favorite photographer, I have written about Clyde many times on this blog. An amazing artist and environmentalist, Clyde's work continues to inspire and inform all who come in contact with his work. GL
Link to Article about the LA show here
Clyde Butcher website
Link to G2 Gallery in LA here