Art Exhibit: Fauna of the Galapagos by Jeff Sluder
A collection of photographs, "Fauna of the Galapagos," by Godfrey (Jeff) Sluder are on display at the Forest Society's Conservation Center in Concord until the end of August 2019.
Godfrey (Jeff) Sluder has been a resident of Kingston for the last 15 years. He first became interested in using the camera when he was 19 and took a trip out West. Since then, he has carried a camera with him wherever he goes.
About the "Fauna of the Galapagos" exhibit:
It has been the dream of many photographers to visit the Galapagos Islands with its diverse animals, plants and land forms most which are unique to the area. Today, Ecuador has designated 97% of the land on the islands as a national park.
These images focus on the birds and animals found around the islands of Santa Cruz, Isabela, Santiago, Rabida, and North Seymour.
Should you ever have a chance to see this wonderful place, do it. The memories will last a lifetime.
All of the prints displayed in this exhibition are for sale and a portion of sales will benefit the Forest Society's conservation work.
The Conservation Center is open weekdays from 8:30 am. to 4:30 p.m. The exhibit is in the center's main conference room, which is used for meetings, so please call ahead at 224-9945 to plan your visit at a time when no meetings are scheduled.