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November 23, 2013 10:00 am
November 23, 2013 5:00 pm
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601 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth, FL, United States
Cultural Council Kicks Off Exhibition Season with
“The Deep and the Shallow: Photographers Exploring a Watery World”
Work by award-winning photographers including Jim Abernethy,
the ‘Shark Whisperer’

Lake Worth, FL- The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County is plunging into its 
2013-2014 season with an aquatics-based photography exhibition.

The Deep and the Shallow: Photographers Exploring a Watery World runs from Nov. 22, 2013 to Jan. 18, 2014 at the Cultural Council’s main exhibition space at 601 Lake Avenue in Lake Worth.  
“We are honored to showcase the captivating images of so many talented photographers who push the boundaries of both technique and vision to bring us these works of art,” says Cultural Council President and Chief Executive Officer Rena Blades. “These photographers will capture your imagination with what they found above and below the surface.”  
The exhibit will highlight work by 12 established and emerging photographers such as Jim Abernethy, long-time dive boat operator and shark conservationist, who has recently been featured by ABC News. Also on display at the Council are images by award-winning photojournalists, as well as philanthropist, inventor and Cultural Council’s founder, Alexander W. Dreyfoos. The artwork is presented in multiple formats from traditional framing, to prints face-mounted on Plexiglas, to work inlaid on surfboards.

Admission to the Thursday evening event is free to Cultural Council members, $10 for non-members.  The exhibition is free and open to the public from

10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday through Jan. 18.

Photographers featured:
Jim Abernethy, of West Palm Beach; Tony Arruza, of West Palm Beach;
Alex Dreyfoos, of West Palm Beach; Christopher Leidy, of Palm Beach; JD Duff, of West Palm Beach; Mark Widick MD, of Boca Raton; Alan Dewey, of Delray Beach; Jennifer Podis, of Lake Worth; John J. Lopinot, of Royal Palm Beach;
David Snyder, of Jupiter; Judy Townsend, of Boca Raton and Tony Ludovico, of Tampa.

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