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Polar bear, wild mustangs photography exhibit at Sammamish City Hall begins April 16
There is a special photography exhibition opening April 16 at the Sammamish City Hall, focusing on threatened polar bear and wild mustangs.
Sammamish Comment has provided reporting and commentary throughout its existence. Today it’s some shameless promotion for the photography debut of an exhibit by Gail Twelves, my wife.
The exhibition is called Eye-to-Eye: A photographic connection with Polar Bears and Mustangs. It opens April 16 and continues through July 8. A reception with Twelves is April 22 from 6-8pm at City Hall.
Polar bear and horses have been Twelves’ passion since childhood. She spent a week in Kaktovik photographing polar bear and a week in Lompac with the wild mustangs. There will be about 40 photos on display at City Hall, some as big as 40×40 inches.