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Upcoming Exhibit: Safari

two lions May 1 - 24, 2018
Mark L. Freedman

Safari is a collection of intimate wildlife images captured during several photographic expeditions to East Africa. The images celebrate nature in all its glory. “I am constantly inspired by the innocence and raw beauty of wildlife and the harsh conditions in which they struggle to survive.

It is humbling to photograph among masses of wildlife while surrounded by endless horizons and infinite skies. My images aim to highlight the intimate interplay between creature and habitat – a relationship so precarious that even subtle disturbances can signifi cantly upset the equilibrium.

Ultimately, my goal is to promote environmental awareness by sharing scenes we risk losing forever.”
Few have heard of the carbon transfer process and fewer still have ever seen one. Considered the historic aristocrat of all printing processes, no other print can match their tonal scale, depth, or permanence. The Serengeti’s annual migration is often described as the greatest wildlife show on Earth and no subject matter complements the carbon transfer process better.

Mark L. Freedman was born, raised and educated in Toronto. An emergency room physician by day, Mark balances his intense work with a passion for nature and wildlife photography. He has photographed in dozens of countries on all seven continents, including in some of the most remote and inhospitable regions on earth. Mark has been a two-time finalist in the highly prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition and has been listed among Photolife Magazine’s ‘Emerging Photographers’. His images have appeared in galleries, film festivals, in print, and are held by a wide range of private collectors.
The work of Mark L. Freedman is for sale. Support local artists. Bring art into your life.

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The Gymnasium and Running Track will be closed for our Yom Ha'atzmaut celebration from Saturday, April 21 at 3:00 pm until Sunday April 22 at 3:00 pm. Please note that Jungle Gym is running as part of this event!

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