Jul 28, 2014
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The Darien Nature Center Goes Global with Todd Armstrong

The Darien Nature Center Goes Global with Todd Armstrong

This winter, the Darien
Nature Center
welcomes an exhibit from Darien
native and resident, Todd Armstrong. Todd will showcase multiple series of
photographs depicting animals, human portraits, and landscapes from six
distinct regions, including; East Asia, the Himalayas of Nepal and India,
Patagonia, The Galapagos Islands, Coastal South America and Southwestern
Africa. The exhibit will also display unique artistic and cultural souvenirs he
has collected over his decades around the globe. The exhibit will run from
January 6 until January 31 with an official reception on Wednesday, January 15th
from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Darien
Nature Center,
120 Brookside Road

Todd’s foreign work experience includes working
for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Namibia,
Save the Children Nepal, Save the Children USA, and teaching English as a
foreign language (ESL) in Japan
and Latin America. These experiences have allowed
him to photograph some of the most exotic and remote places in the world.  The Darien Nature
Center is excited to show
his work.

Original Photographs and/or digital files will
be on sale following the exhibit to benefit the Darien Nature
Center and Save the
Children USA.

For additional information, please contact Elizabeth Hearle at (203) 655-7459.

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