The Autonomous Art of Antarctica
Photographs by Paul Suprenand
The Studio@620 invites you to experience The Autonomous Art of Antarctica. Antarctica is a land of environmental extremes that is owned by no one…living largely in Nature’s own autonomy. The continent is home to an incredible ecosystem with ever-changing borders of land and ice, setting the canvas for natural artistic opportunities to abound, and with imagery never to be seen the same way again. To enjoy a piece of Antarctica you are invited to join us for a walk among the artistry of Paul Suprenand’s landscape and animal imagery that will be wrapped along the walls of Studio@620 from February 24th-March 5th.
Opening Reception Thursday February 24, 2011 / 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Public Lectures Friday and Saturday March 4-5, 2011 / 7:30 PM
Evening lectures will include presentations from the photographer as well as Dr. Joseph Torres, from the University of South Florida – College of Marine Science, was the Chief Scientist in charge of the Antarctic research expedition, Dr. Peter Betzer, CEO & President of the St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership, Dr. Paul Anderson, Conservation & Research Coordinator for the Florida Aquarium, and a fisheries specialist from The Ocean Conservancy.
Exhibit on display Tuesdays-Saturdays 12:00 - 4:00 PM
Admission is free and open to the public, donations accepted.
Special Thanks to: University of South Florida, the College of Marine Science, Dr. Jose Torres of the College of Marine Science, St. Petersburg Times, and the National Science Foundation, The Florida Aquarium, and The Ocean Conservancy.