Photographs from 2020 of local wildlife at Point Reyes National Seashore
Virtual Artist Reception:
* Saturday, December 12, 3:30 pm
* December 1 – 30
Sarah Killingsworth is a Marin County-based wildlife educator and conservation photographer. She has been a part-time Inverness resident since 2012. Her wildlife photography endeavors evolved out of a desire to share the encounters with wildlife she had in the Point Reyes National Seashore with a broader community, not just her own family and friends.
The shelter in place orders of 2020 created a unique opportunity to slow down and spend more time photographing local wildlife. By walking and biking into the Point Reyes National Seashore, Sarah was able to observe and photograph wildlife in the Spring of 2020 when few people were in the park. Elusive animals like badgers and weasels were more visible; other animals were more difficult to find than in “normal” times.
The portraits in this gallery were all taken in the Point Reyes National Seashore between March and October 2020.
ARTIST RECEPTION WITH SARAH KILLINGSWORTH
December 12th at 3:30 pm
This virtual event will feature a conversation with the artist discussing several pieces, followed by a Q&A session. Registration required; register via Eventbrite. This event is free; donations are encouraged. To donate, please visit our donation page and mention this event by name in the comments section.
To purchase paper, canvas, or metal prints, check out Sarah Killingsworth’s online print sale at https://www.sarahkillingsworth.com/Dance-Palace-Gallery/ . A portion of the sale proceeds will benefit the Dance Palace.