One Cubic Foot of the Bay
Enjoy the biodiversity of the San Francisco Bay, as seen by Liittschwager.
Natural history photographer David Liittschwager, has captured the beauty of vibrant ecosystems the world over. Now he’s set his sights on our lively neighbors below the Golden Gate Bridge. One Cubic Foot: Miniature Surveys in Biodiversity exhibits photographs taken by the San Francisco resident while observing a single cubic foot of the San Francisco Bay estuary. “I wanted to look at something close to home, closely,” explains Liittschwager, who collected samples of zooplankton and phytoplankton while aboard a 28-foot sailboat beneath the Golden Gate Bridge. Enjoy the biodiversity of the San Francisco Bay, as seen by Liittschwager, for yourself at the opening reception at the Brower Center’s Hazel Wolf Gallery in Berkeley at 6 p.m. on September 15, running through the fall.
Hazel Wolf Gallery at the Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, (510) 809-0900, browercenter.org/exhibitions/current