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Philip Hyde defended the Western American wilderness with a camera for nearly 60 years, working with the National Audubon Society, Wilderness Society, Sierra Club, and other environmental organizations. His photographs helped protect the Grand Canyon, Point Reyes National Seashore, Redwood National Park, North Cascades National Park, Denali National Park, Canyonlands, Big Sur, the Wind River Range, Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon and many other national treasures.
New Philip Hyde Exhibit
Philip Hyde: Mountains And Deserts
San Francisco International Airport
February 2015 - April 2015
"I am interested primarily in what Emerson called the integrity of natural objects. Natural places too have their integrity. They express wholeness and individuality, and it is this sense of place that is the foundation of my work." –Philip Hyde
For more information see the blog post, "New Philip Hyde Exhibit, SFO Museum, San Francisco International Airport"
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Also, please check back here for announcements regarding upcoming exhibitions and other events at photography galleries. After the completion of various preparations and projects, a larger scale rollout will swing into action including exhibitions in major museums and larger venues.
Photographs by both Philip Hyde and David Leland Hyde showing ongoing at the Plumas Arts Capitol Arts Gallery in Quincy, California. Exhibition for the benefit and photographic education and enrichment of Northern California, Northern Sierra, Northern Nevada, Plumas County: Reno, Sacramento, Lake Tahoe, Redding, Red Bluff, Chico, Oroville, Marysville, Yuba City, Quincy, Greenville, Taylorsville, Chester, Lake Almanor, Westwood, Portola, Blairsden, Graeagle and other communities of Plumas County, Lassen County and other northern counties and states.