Photographic Exhibition on Marine Sanctuaries, Monuments and Their Protection Launches at Bay Model, Sausalito.
A month-long exhibition of rare marine wildlife and exotic habitat in the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument and Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary launches with a reception May 5 at the Sausalito Bay Model. The photographic exhibition sponsored by Tandem Stills + Motion, Shark Stewards and Earth Island Institute features work by Ian Shive, Susan Middleton and David McGuire.
The show contains 20 images from Palmyra Atoll in the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, Kure Island in the Papahanumokuakea Marine National Monument northwest of the Hawaiian Islands, and the Farallon Islands, featuring coral reefs, tropical vistas and marine wildlife from white sharks to whales to coconut crabs.
The photo exhibit is free and open during public hours at the Army Corps Bay Model Visitors Center in Sausalito, Tuesday though Saturday 900AM- 4:00PM throughout May. A mixer and artists’ reception will be held Saturday May 5 from 1-3PM.
Select photos will be offered by donation to support Earth Island’s campaign to protect the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument.
Army Corps Bay Model Visitor's Center Gallery
2100 Bridgeway, Sausalito CA 94965