The Houston Museum of Natural Science is pleased to announce that it will host the National Parks Photography Project Exhibition beginning on June 17th, 2016 and presenting through September 28th of 2016.
This extraordinary Collection Houses Burns’ photographs of all 59 us national parks, and celebrates the 2016 centennial anniversary of America's National Park Service. The exhibit enjoyed rave reviews during its run at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, and will present in several venerable US museums throughout 2016-2017, including the Houston Museum of Natural Science. On August 25th, 2016, the National Park Service turns 100!
American photographer Mark Burns was born December 1958 in Houston, Texas. Since early childhood he has displayed a strong affinity toward photography. Known for having a refined ’photographer’s eye’, Burns creates compelling images that are a unique mastery of composition, lighting, and photographic technique. While very much at home in the studio, Burns especially loves the unique challenges and demands of landscape photography. His work is unparalleled, and he has been termed one of the greatest photographers of his time.
Step outside of our welcoming and comfortable community at The Villages of Lake Jackson Apartments in Lake Jackson, Texas for the day! This event is coming to town on until the end of September, and it promises to be a wonderful time!
Thursday, July 21, 2016 – 9:00 AM
Houston Museum of Natural Science
5555 Hermann Park Drive
Houston, Texas 77030