Carlton Ward, Everglades Egret © Carlton Ward 2016

Florida Wild

March 7 - May 28, 2017

Dorothy Jenkins Gallery & Gallery 2

Florida Wild presents a collection of landscape and wildlife photographs by acclaimed conservation photographer and eighth-generation Floridian Carlton Ward. Captured through compelling imagery and visual design, photographs featured in the exhibit will provide viewers with a rare opportunity to experience some of Florida’s most captivating wildlife and native habitats.  At the same time, Ward’s photographs call attention to the fragility of Florida’s natural environment and how that very life may not survive without preservation. Advocating the protection of these natural resources and wildlife habitats, Ward empowers viewers and ignites the conversation needed to keep Florida wild.

 
 

Exhibitions Partner:

Exhibition Sponsors:

Annual Exhibition Fund Donors:

Barney's Pumps, Inc.
Dorothy Chao Jenkins
CNP · Clark/Nikdel/Powell
Core Wealth Advisors, Inc.
Margaret M. Decker Foundation
Eaglebrooke
Furr & Wegman Architects, PA
Thelma C. Kells Endowment Fund
within the Give Well Community Foundation
Robert & Malena Puterbaugh
Dr. Alan & Linda Rich Fund
within the Give Well Community Foundation
Share Foundation
Rodda Construction, Inc.
Southern Homes
Kerry & Buffy Wilson

 

Rachel Stewart, Source, n.d., Re-purposed pallet boards, carved and painted plywood and plaster © Rachel Stewart

Translated Forms

March 18 - June 10, 2017

Murray & Ledger Galleries

This exhibition features the artwork of St. Petersburg, Florida artist Rachel Stewart. Stewart is inspired by the markings of nature, the results of changing formations caused by the nuances of time and seasons. The content of her work draws from observing and interacting with nature and translates her memories into abstract forms.

 Stewart primarily works with wood – constructing and deconstructing discarded wood pallets and gouging, burning, and painting layered surfaces.