Eye to Eye, Encounters with Wildlife, is Here. And you are invited.

| October 21, 2013

Join Us Thursday, October 24, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

It all started when Mary Baures, a Beverly Psychotherapist, adopted a baby elephant in Africa. On her fist visit there to see him, she became smitten with wildlife photography and the rest is history. Her returning visits and safaris and documented on her incredible images, now on display on all five floors of the atrium in Shetland Park’s gallery, Shetland Arts.  Each floor is dedicated to a particular type of animal, starting with large cats on the main floor, moving up to elephants, primates, and then assorted species. Please join us for the opening to celebrate this tremendous body of  work.

“Animals call us back to the earth. They can’t live separate from the rivers, trees and soil we share. When we surrender to our connection with them we return to an ancient source of wisdom.”
– Mary Baures

The opening is October 24th, 5:30 – 7:30 and open to the public in the atrium of Building One:

27 Congress St.
Shetland Park
Salem, MA


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