Cabrillo National Monument, in collaboration with nature photographer Michael Ready, we will be displaying 24 stunning photos taken throughout the park from May 1st - July 31st, 2017.
Nature showcases a unique geometry of living forms. Shape, structure, color, and pattern each play an complex role in ecological function. From large-scale ecosystems to microscopic beings, there is a unique magnificence in the complexities driven by evolution and necessity. “Art Forms in Nature” highlights the interplay between form and function through an artistically scientific lens. From the symmetrical rosette of the Agave, to the unique dermal scales of shark skin, each Art Form is specifically crafted for utility and efficiency. Join in on a visual exploration of nature and all its intricate beauty.
Additionally, Cabrillo will be hosting a public talk on May 13th, 2017 from 12-1 pm in the Cabrillo Auditorium where the photographer will present his work and the methods he used to capture the art forms.
We hope to see you there!