Alabama Museum of Natural History in Tuscaloosa
will have an exhibit on Headwaters beginning April 23 through August 2009.
Please come see this wonderful museum and the exhibit. You can purchase the photographs off the wall to benefit the Muesum.
•Alabama Rivers Alliance Conservation Photography exhibit is on-line
Sale of these photographs will benefit the Alabama Rivers Alliance.
It will be available at the Lite Box Gallery at the Dr Pepper complex June 11th.
McWane Science Center
Birmngham February – August 2007 through present
Southeastern Wetlands: Our Natural Treasure
This exhibit was quite powerful; as you left the Imax showing of Hurricane on the Bayou, you walked right into the exhibit on Southeastern Wetlands…which is home. I worked with Kevin McGuire on this exhibit, whose tallents for display and organization are amazing. It was a true pleasure.
The Maralyn Wilson Gallery
October 5 thru November 6, 2007
Opening 5 to 8pm Oct 5th _Please Come to the reception.
Wine tasting by International Wines and New work by Frank Fleming.
3908 Clairmont Avenue
Birmingham, AL 35222
How about some really large photographs of special places in Alabama. These are mostly new works with a few old favorites. It is really impressive to see the texture and life of Alabama displayed in a gallery format.
The LimeTree Gallery
Oct 4th thru 14th
2840 Vista Road
Decatur, GA 30033
My friend Michael Cure makes these amazing frames made from twigs. He and I will be showing at the Lime Tree Gallery Oc t4th. To view some of these amazing frames click here.
Montgomery Museum of Fine Art
May 17 – July 8, 2007
Rivers Run Through It
The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts has a truy wonderful photography gallery. My good friend Michael Panhorst is the Curator of Art for the Museum. He has a series of photography exhibits by people from Alabama that will continue to show in this great gallery for a few more months.
Alabama State Council on the Arts Gallery
Alabama Originals: A sense of Place
May 15 – July 10, 2007
This exhibit had about twenty artists from around Alabama. It was truly an inspired exhibit curated by Georgine Clark.