Each year, thousands of people visit Big Bend National Park and other locations in this remote section of West Texas, marveling at the stark and magnificent landscapes carved by eons of volcanism, wind and water into the arid, mountainous country along the Rio Grande River. But until now, very few--other than hawks or eagles--have ever surveyed this fiercely beautiful region from above.
In this exhibit, photographer Paul V. Chaplo takes readers on an unforgettable sky excursion over Big Bend. His creative work has been exhibited in museums around the country, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C., the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
A panel discussion and book signing on September 20 also offer the opportunity to meet the photographer and learn more about how his publication came together.
Sep. 19-Jan. 18