Fans of Norman Reedus know that he is a man of many talents. Walking Dead fans love his portrayal of Daryl Dixon in the long-running series ending in November this year. He has been featured in several exhibits displaying his photography skills. This year, he published his first novel, The Ravaged, which is now on the USA Today, Los Angeles Times, and New York Times bestseller lists. And on September 27, he will receive his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Suppose you are in the New York area this fall and/or winter. In that case, you can attend A Celebration of Trees at Southampton Arts Center, located at 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, New York, beginning October 1 through December 18, 2022. The exhibit, curated by Laurie Dolphin with Daniela Kronemeyer and Coco Myers, is an ecological multi-media display that is being used to educate people about trees from around the world that are crucial to our survival.
The hope is to raise awareness of the vital role trees play in our world that are essential to ending global warming. Through photography, painting, sculpture, and film, A Celebration of Trees will bring to light the consequences of deforestation and threats to endangered ancient trees. This display will also include messages from Indigenous people of the world, who are the original guardians of the forests.
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The information doesn’t specify, but it’s safe to say that Reedus’ contributions to the exhibit are his photographs. It is always exciting to see his work displayed, as fans know he isn’t often without his camera.
This summer, he was featured in an art show in Paris, “Alterity: I is an other.” A virtual option allowed those of us unable to attend to view the displayed works. And prior to that, he was featured in Copenhagen at Gallery Poulsen.
If you want to own your own Reedus photography prints, you can find them at bigbaldgallery. He currently has some great ones, including a walker with gummy bears and a beautiful one of Melissa McBride on set.
Reedus will return to AMC as Daryl Dixon for the final eight episodes of The Walking Dead beginning October 2.