Sara Nightingale Gallery is thrilled to announce that we have relocated to 26 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY. Please join us for our grand opening in the new space on Saturday, Jan. 14th from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Aaron Kresberg, a student at the Ross School in East Hampton, will present his senior project, Namibia: Exploring Endangered Species through Photography.
Aaron met the owner of the Rare and Endangered Species Trust (REST), Maria Diekmann, through a Ross Field Academy trip to Namibia in February of 2016. He was immediately smitten by the organization, and Maria waived the 18 year old requirement so that Aaron could volunteer the following summer. His Senior Project consists of the volunteer work he did in Africa, as well as fundraisers he has organized for REST since returning home.
REST focuses on rehabilitating endangered animals of Africa and releasing them back into the wild. You can visit the REST Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/RESTNAMIBIA
Aaron documented his experience working with vultures, pangolins, and other endangered species through film and photography. 100% of the proceeds from sales of his work at Sara Nightingale Gallery will be sent directly to REST and will be used to cover the cost of a new aviary for a variety of endangered birds.
Other gallery artists will also have work in the work in the exhibition. The show runs through Wednesday, Feb. 8th. For more info and images contact Sara Nightingale at email@example.com
Sara Nightingale Gallery
visit/ ship: 26 Main St.
mail: PO Box 2646
Sag Harbor, NY 11963