From May through November 2019, the Houston Museum of Natural Science featured an extensive exhibit of Sharp & Eatman's photographs. The exhibit, titled Wild Bees, is the culmination of a three-year project conducted by Sharp & Eatman, documenting the wild bees of New York State.
From Houston, the exhibit will travel to the International Museum of Art and Science in McAllen, Texas, where it will be on display from May 23 - October 18, 2020. This exhibit incorporates photographs from Sharp & Eatman's current project at the National Butterfly Center of Hidalgo County, Texas.
The opening exhibit of Sharp-Eatman Nature Photography's Wild Bees was held at Rockefeller State Park Preserve Art Gallery of Pleasantville, New York, from July 9 - August 15, 2016. This exhibit was made possible through funding provided by the New York State Environmental Protection Fund and through the generous assistance of Rockefeller State Park Preserve Director, Susan Antenen.
A new photography exhibit, titled Wild Bees of New York, was on display, from May 1 to June 25, 2017, at the State Capitol's Empire State Plaza Visitor Center, in Albany.
The Pritzlaff Conservation Center Gallery of the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden of California featured Sharp & Eatman's photographs from August 8 - November 26, 2017.
The Irving Arts Center Dupree Gallery of Irving Texas, situated in the heart of Dallas/Fort Worth, exhibited Wild Bees from February 10-March 25, 2018.
The Bruce Museum of Arts and Science in Greenwich, Connecticut, featured an extensive exhibit of photographic works from Sharp & Eatman's ongoing wild bee project from April 14 - November 11, 2018.
After its eight-month show at Connecticut's Bruce Museum, Sharp & Eatman's Wild Bees appeared at the Humphrey Nature Center of New York's prominent Letchworth State Park, in March and April, 2019.
Thereafter, the exhibit continued on its national tour.
National Tour of Wild Bees
Photographs by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
An On-line Museum Tour of Sharp & Eatman's
Wild Bees is available to museum curators.
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