Meet Clyde Butcher: Lecture and Book Signing

PEMBROKE PINES, FL – Join Clyde for a lecture at the Frank Gallery on December 7th, 2023. Additional details to be determined.

Clyde Butcher’s America the Beautiful exhibit will be on display at the Frank Gallery from October 19, 2023- January 11, 2024.

This collection celebrates the beauty of the American landscape from the Redwood forests of California to the Everglade swamps of Florida. Clyde majestically captures the public natural lands set aside by the Federal and State governments for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations.

Clyde’s images of these treasured landscapes document the changing environment, capturing what is there today and encouraging us to enjoy the beauty of nature. Clyde’s images speak for countless diverse places of wilderness and respite found throughout all of America, allowing us an appreciation of our land.

Clyde Butcher Lecture

Join Clyde Butcher on August 16th for a lecture and book signing at the Capitol Theatre in Clearwater on August 16th. The lecture starts at 7 pm at the theatre. Be sure to visit the Clearwater Main Library for a book signing prior to the lecture from 5 -6 pm. This lecture is in conjunction with Clyde’s Cuba exhibit, which is on display at the library from May 6 to October 31st, 2023. Reserve your FREE lecture tickets CLICK HERE.

Cuba: The Natural Beauty – Nature Has No Borders The United Nations declared 2002 as “The Year of the Mountains.” Cuba hosted the conference inviting conservationists from across the Americas and Caribbean region to meet. The coordinator of the UN programs in Cuba invited Clyde Butcher to create a portfolio of the mountainous lands of Cuba; Clyde set out on three week-long expeditions into unfamiliar lands.

During this presentation, Clyde will discuss his sense of dedication to use his art form, photography to show people that there is a unity between all undisturbed natural places, whether a peak of a mountain range in Cuba, the wetlands where water covers the soil, or a streambed in an urban watershed. Clyde’s work is important aesthetically, and it is his hope that it will provide a vital tool for energizing efforts to preserve wilderness and wildlife habitat.