May 21-November 6, 2016
This exhibition features cyanotype and digital pigment photgraphs of the International Wildlife Museum's collection. Most are hand-painted by Layton.
Grand Opening of Hunting for the Best Shot: Moments in Conservation Wildlife Photography Exhibit
November 19, 1-3pm
You are invited to the grand opening of Hunting for the Best Shot: Moments in Conservation Wildlife Photography Exhibit. On November 19, from 1-3pm, view the new exhibit and the winners of the contest. Museum admission is FREE during this time. There will also be a book signing from author and wildlife photographer, Bruce Taubert. His book, Wild in Arizona: Photographing Arizona's Wildlife, A Guide to When, Where, & How will be available for purchase.
Bruce retired from the Arizona Game and Fish Department in 2007 after 26 years managing the state’s wondrous wildlife and wild lands. As the
Assistant Director of the Wildlife Management Division, he worked on critical wildlife and land management issues. As a member of the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Bruce traveled extensively in Africa, South America, the United States, and Canada. His work is prominently displayed in magazines including Arizona Highways, Science, Ranger Rick, WildBird, Arizona Wildlife Views, Conservation International, and others. In addition, his images have been selected for Arizona Highways calendars, Smith-Southwest calendars and postcards, and the Arizona Game and Fish Department calendars. Bruce’s photographs have won multiple awards in the Annual Arizona Game and Fish Department photography contest.