Richard Salas's travelling exhibits circulate high-quality, educational exhibits designed to engage and inspire visitors. Richard's shows highlight critical issues on the ocean, endangered species and how the ocean and it's inhabitants are interconnected to the survival of us all.
With exhibits that range from full gallery installation to smaller exhibits, Richard Salas has a variety of traveling exhibits to meet your budget and space needs—whether you’re a library in a rural town or a museum in an urban center Richard has an exhibit that will fit your space.
See below for our available exhibits and invite your community to explore the amazing underwater worlds along the east coast of the Americas.
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Photographer and ocean advocate Richard Salas takes us on an underwater adventure swimming in the safety of his images with great white sharks, 18-foot manta rays and grimacing red-lipped batfish. Along with his love of these, his “family and friends”, Richard emphasizes the critical importance of practicing good stewardship on our watery planet. He points out that the ocean is responsible for over 50% of our oxygen and an integral part of our climate. Based on his critically acclaimed 3 books the "Sea of Light Collection", Richard gently and with powerful images introduces us to the beauty and majesty of some of the most endangered and misunderstood inhabitants of the ocean. Visitors also learn how with some small changes in behavior in their daily lives they can help make a difference in preserving the balance of life in the ocean and consequently, on our planet.
Shown at the Wildling Museum
"Heavenly Bodies" September 4, 2011-December 31, 2011
"Art to Zoo" June 1, 2013-August 31, 2013
"Wildlings from the Deep" June 1, 2009-August 31, 2009
"Sharks" June 1, 2012-August 31, 2012
"Luminous Sea" March 14, 2015-August 4, 2015
"Depth Perceptions" June 1, 2014-August 1, 2014
"Luminous Sea" May 14, 2015-May 14, 2016
"Sea of Light" March 1, 2009-March 1,2010
"California Channel Islands" March 24, 2015-June 1, 2016
"Sharks" June 1, 2010-August 31, 2010
"California's Channel Islands" June 1, 2011-August 31, 2011
"Sharks" March 14, 2015-August 1, 2016