Sun to Moon Gallery will present Caddo Lake Exposed: Six Perspectives, an exhibition of 33 finely crafted photographic prints by Dan Burkholder, Charles Cramer, Scot Miller, Alan Ross, Jill Skupin Burkholder and R.P. Washburne.
An extraordinary number of people have a deep affection for Caddo Lake, on the Texas/Louisiana border. It is truly unique. No other body of water in Texas remotely resembles it. It is the only naturally formed large lake in Texas and supports the largest flooded cypress forest anywhere. It is visually stunning, with Spanish moss-draped trees and an abundance of wildlife, including rare birds & alligators.
For two years, six renowned photographers turned their lenses on the lake, in all seasons, resulting in this exhibition of 33 diverse and engaging fine photographic prints. Prints types in the exhibition include gelatin silver, archival pigment, bromoil and platinum/palladium over 24k gold leaf. Of special note to collectors is that the images are so new that every print in the exhibition is a #1 print, a Sun to Moon Gallery first.
Partial proceeds from Caddo Lake Exposed print sales benefit Caddo Lake Institute, a non-profit scientific and educational organization founded in 1992 by recording artist-conservationist Don Henley, who grew up in the region. Caddo Lake Institute’s mission is to protect the ecological, cultural and economic integrity of Caddo Lake, and its associated wetlands and watershed.
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 11.