A new exhibit of nature photography from three Louisville-based photographers opens this Friday at the Green Building at 5PM as part of the monthly First Friday trolley hop. Called “The Vision of a Generation: Photographs from The Parklands of Floyds Fork” the exhibit features work from Bob Hower, John Nation and Ted Wathen.
The natural environment that comprises one of the largest park projects in the nation is the subject of a dramatic new photography exhibition at The Green Building Gallery. 21st Century Parks has partnered with The Green Building to open “The Vision of a Generation: Photographs from The Parklands of Floyds Fork,” work by Louisville-based photographers Bob Hower, John Nation and Ted Wathen. This exhibit documents the landscape before, during, and after the creation of the 4,000-acre Parklands of Floyds Fork.
The selection of 36 photographs range in season and landscape, and are pulled from the collection of more than 2,000 images that the photographers have shot over the past four years at The Parklands. The exhibit features images from the more than 60 separate parcels acquired for the project and are arranged by the four major parks of The Parklands.
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