Wildlife photography exhibit to be held in Edmonton

December 5, 2016 by  

Edmonton’s Scotia Place will be hosting an exhibit of wildlife photography that will showcase an exotic range of animals.

The exhibit will feature a variety of photos taken in different locations across the globe, including pictures of wild polar bear families, Camargue horses from France, brown bears and an assortment of African wild animals and landscapes. The pieces will be for sale, and as they are sold, they will be replaced by new items. This way, every time a person visits the exhibit, they will be able to see something new.

The photographs will be provided courtesy of Harvey Wildlife Photography, which is also currently accepting submissions for its display that will be set up in the lobby of Scotia Place in 2018. The pieces will be on exhibit to the public for at least two months. The pictures from a function such as this can also be used in a wide assortment of promotional products, such as calendars, posters and more.

The 2017 show will start on January 1st at Scotia Place, which is located at 10060 Jasper Avenue in Edmonton. There is no charge to come and view the photographs that will be on display. Anyone who would like to find out more about the event or having their own works included can obtain further information on the Harvey Wildlife Photography website.