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Updated: 02/13/2014 03:43:39PM

Clyde Butcher’s photos on exhibit in Arcadia

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ARCADIAN PHOTO BY SUSAN E. HOFFMAN, shoffman@sun-herald.com
Howard Solomon, left, and Gene Heitman at the opening reception for Clyde Butcher's photographic displlay at the Martin Gallery.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY SUSAN E. HOFFMAN, shoffman@sun-herald.com
Clyde Butcher's assistants, Paul Tipton, left, and Neal Obendorf (who is also Butcher's son-in-law) described Butcher's distinctive black-and-white photography at an exhibit of his photos at the Martin Gallery Thursday.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY SUSAN E. HOFFMAN, shoffman@sun-herald.com
Dr, Calvin Martin, left, and Steve Kurle at the reception held Feb. 6 for the opening of an exhibit of Clyde Butcher's photos. Butcher is Florida's most celebrated photographer. He works in a large scale format using film up to 10" x 20".

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY SUSAN E. HOFFMAN, shoffman@sun-herald.com
Jim and Mary Brannon discuss some of Clyde Butcher's photos on exhibit at the Martin Art Gallery at Florida Outdoor Properties. Butcher's work will be on display there through the month of February.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY SUSAN E. HOFFMAN, shoffman@sun-herald.com

Neal Obendorf, left, explains to Jerry Waters and Mac Martin some of the processes Clyde Butcher uses in printing his large-format photos. An exhibit of Butcher's photos is open to the public at the Martin Gallery at Florida Outdoor Properties, 207 E. Magnolia St. A percentage of the proceeds from the sales of any of Butcher's books from this exhibit will be donated by Butcher to the DeSoto Arts and Humanities Council.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY SUSAN E. HOFFMAN, shoffman@sun-herald.com
Howard Solomon, left, and Gene Heitman at the opening reception for Clyde Butcher's photographic displlay at the Martin Gallery.

ARCADIAN PHOTO BY SUSAN E. HOFFMAN, shoffman@sun-herald.com

Neal Obendorf, left, explains to Jerry Waters and Mac Martin some of the processes Clyde Butcher uses in printing his large-format photos. An exhibit of Butcher's photos is open to the public at the Martin Gallery at Florida Outdoor Properties, 207 E. Magnolia St. A percentage of the proceeds from the sales of any of Butcher's books from this exhibit will be donated by Butcher to the DeSoto Arts and Humanities Council.

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