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Monday, March 30, 2015

Earth Month Los Angeles 2015 featuring Conservationist Robert Glenn Ketchum

April 2, 2015 – April 26, 2015

About Earth Month Los Angeles 2015 

Earth Month Los Angeles 2015 is an inspiring, collective exhibit focused on the protected parks of the United States, featuring images from award-winning photographers, including Jack Dykinga, Robert Glenn Ketchum, Ian Shive, Michael Miner and Louie Schwartzberg. Their subjects range from Mojave National Preserve to the Channel Islands and many more public lands across the country.

The exhibit was envisioned by the Western National Parks Association, The G2 Gallery and El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, with the intent of sharing the diverse natural beauty of municipal, state, regional and national parks, while promoting their protection and stewardship. Earth Month Los Angeles 2015 -- housed in the heart of downtown L.A. -- hopes to raise awareness about the variety of public lands accessible to urban residents just outside the city.

Earth Month: : Los Angeles is sponsored by El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, Western National Parks Association, The G2 Gallery, U.S. Forest Service, National Park Service, and California State Parks.

Earth Month Los Angeles 2015 Artists:

Beverly Houwing
Buddy Weiss
Charity Vargas
Dan Gottlieb
Don Whitebread
Ian Shive
Jack Dykinga
Jenny Ross
Jodie Hulden
Allan Ross
Jim Stimson
Marc Muench
Peter Essick
Jolene Hanson
Larry Brownstien
Louie Schwartzberg
Matthew Khuns
Michael Caley
Michael Miner
Robert Glenn Ketchum
Stephen Strom
Tom Lowe
Vidya Narasimhan
Scott Tansey
Matt Whitmire – Griffith Park Trail Cam
Will Taylor

Pico House 
424 N. Main St 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 

M-F 10-5
Sat & Sun 10-6 
* please note the Pico House closes periodically for filming and events.

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