Protecting Wilderness and National Parks

Wild Light - an exhibition of wilderness colour photographs. Open daily, 5 -17 June, 10am – 5pm, Bondi Pavilion

Sunrise over Mount Hay, Grose Wilderness, Henry Gold

Wild Light
- a showcase of our natural heritage by Henry Gold OAM

open daily, 5 -17 June, 10am – 5pm, Bondi Pavilion, Queen Elizabeth Drive, free.

The exhibition will be officially opened by Clover Moore, Lord Mayor of Sydney - 6pm Wednesday 6 June, in support of the Colong Foundation for Wilderness.

This is your chance to purchase some precious wilderness Gold to put on your wall...

For over fifty years Henry Gold has been and remains a respected photographer for the NSW environment movement, providing spectacular images to support protection of threatened wilderness across NSW and beyond. Henry knows wilderness as an avid bushwalker and photographer. As well as being artistically appealing, Henry’s photographs have been influential in campaigns for wilderness preservation and World Heritage listing of the Greater Blue Mountains and the NSW rainforests.

Gold is a much celebrated artist and advocate whose powerful images have been utilised in numerous campaigns and publications to protect significant Australian Wilderness locations. His work was instrumental in the World Heritage Listing of the Blue Mountains in 2000. Gold’s work reveals the innate emotions and inspiration evident in the distinctive Australian Wilderness.

Everyone is welcome to the launch and exhibition.

Prices range from $400 for the 500mm wide prints to $450 for 600mm wide prints, both beautifully framed.

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Wild Light - an exhibition of photographs by Henry Gold 5-17 June 10-5 daily

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