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Wild America
Photographs from America's wild lands by Debra Bloomfield and Ansel Adams

Ansel Adams
Ansel Adams, Fresh Snow, Yosemite Valley, California, c. 1947,
gelatin silver print © The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust
Debra Bloomfield
Debra Bloomfield, 38996-8, 2009 from Wilderness, archival pigment print


Wild America
Beyond the scenic, and in an effort to highlight and conserve the beauty and tranquility of America's vast wilderness, photographers continue to be the poets and protectors of these fragile lands.

In her expansive Wilderness series, Debra Bloomfield moves quietly through an unnamed Alaskan forest to get to the experience of nature. Along with a select group of 20th century black and white landscapes by nature's classic agent, Ansel Adams, Wild America will reawaken your senses — and responsibility — about the glorious, vulnerable places we relish for inspiration and renewal.

June 17 through August 30

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Heather Green, Pinpoints of Perception: Portraits of 1000 Native Bees
Heather Green, Pinpoints of Perception: Portraits of 1000 Native Bees; oil on copper, etched glass, and mixed-media.

Pinpoints of Perception: Portraits of 1000 Native BeesFeaturing a mixed-media installation by artist Heather Green highlighting the decline of bees in one of the richest areas of bee diversity in the world: the Sonoran Desert.

A portion of the proceeds will go toward bee conservation.

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act as we welcome Heather Green, the Arizona Wilderness Coalition, the Hummingbird Monitoring Project, the Sky Island Alliance, and Debra Bloomfield for a reception and book signing for Wilderness, her new book with essays by Rebecca Senf, Lauren Oakes, and Terry Tempest Williams. Tunes by DJ Carl Hanni.

  Heather Green