Exhibition: Cuba, the Natural Beauty: The Expedition of Clyde Butcher
Although best known for his stunning photography and contributions to public awareness of the Florida Everglades, Clyde Butcher also maintains a deep and personal commitment to preserving endangered landscapes around the world. An internationally recognized artist and environmentalist, at the invitation of the United Nations, Butcher photographed and recorded the beauty and majesty of Cuba’s rain forests, waterfalls, cliffs, and natural landscapes in 2002 for the Year of the Mountains conference. The exhibition includes large format photos of the Sierra Maestra Mountains in Cuba's eastern province of Granma, the south coast of Cuba between Manzanillo and Santiago de Cuba, Baracoa and the region of Pinar del Río.
Collier County Museum
3331 Tamiami Tr E, Naples, FL 34112