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AVON PARK, Fla.–May 17, 2016–Cindy Eaton, a native of Montana, is now a Florida-based artist and professional wildlife and nature photographer. ‘Hammock to the Beach’ is an art expo depicting Hammock and local tropical wetlands, as well as beach habitat and scenery.
Eaton’s award-winning art reflects her passion for this ecosystem in nature and the world that surrounds her and has been exhibited in many galleries and art expos throughout Florida. Quoting one of Cindy’s friends, she ‘shoots with her heart’ to capture and help preserve this fragile ecosystem of nature as lifelike as possible, bringing the most intricate of details up close and personal. Her desire to present each photograph as lifelike as possible for your pleasure and enjoyment motivates and inspires her to expand her own artistic passions.
‘My love for nature, especially living here in Florida with the abundance of birds, wildlife and water habitats has had a great impact on how I endeavor to shoot and capture unique photographs. Highlands Hammock State Park has become a favorite hangout to shoot photos … along with Florida beaches, on both the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic.’
Eaton’s ‘River of Grass’ expo featuring 33 prints on aluminum was exhibited at the Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center in Everglades National Park 1 – 31 January, 2015. 1 – 30. Cindy’s current exhibit, ‘Hammock to the Beach,’ featuring 19 prints on aluminum was also on expo at Highlands Art League Yellow House Gallery in Sebring, Florida last September.
The exhibition will be available for viewing Monday, Wednesday, and Thursdays, 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., at the Wildstein Center until June 29.