Nature photographer and writer, Mary Lundeberg, creates connection to and appreciation for the beauty and natural splendor of our planet through her exhibit Wild Florida.
Exhibit may be viewed Jan 12 – Mar 30, 2016, M-F 9:00am – 4:00pm. Please join us for the Opening Reception.
About Mary Lundeberg
A full-time resident of Englewood, Florida, Mary Lundeberg is a conservation photographer and writer who celebrates the natural world. Her goal as a photographer is to create appreciation for the beauty and fragility of this planet, especially water ecosystems, such as the coastal regions and estuaries in Florida, the rivers in Wisconsin and Colorado, and the glaciers in Antarctica. Mary’s specialty is wildlife, which requires stillness, patience and a passion for understanding animals.
Mary’s photographs have been exhibited in juried art galleries in several states and published in books, calendars, and newspapers, and she has won awards from state, national and international associations. A retired professor and department chair from Michigan State University, she currently teaches photography part-time at the Englewood Art Center through Ringling College of Art and Design. She writes nature books for children and adults, and authors a column for the Sun Tribune called “Noticing Nature.” Mary has contributed pro bono work to the National Park Service, Stump Pass State Park, the Science and Environment Council, Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program, Lemon Bay Conservancy, Audubon and Coastal Wildlife club.
Learn more at www.marylundeberg.com