Clyde Butcher

Oct 11, 2017

Internationally renowned photographer and environmental advocate Clyde Butcher has been hiking deep into the Big Cypress National Preserve, the western Everglades and other natural Florida locations for more than 30 years, capturing his iconic black and white photographs of our region’s pristine wild spaces. 

Butcher’s work hit a roadblock in early May when he suffered a stroke on the left side of his brain.  We’ll get an update on his continued recovery and plans to get back out in the swamps.  We’ll also get a preview of Butcher’s upcoming events including the annual fall festival at the artist’s Everglades Gallery later this month, lectures, and a preview of new works and darkroom tours at Butcher’s Venice gallery.