We are pleased to present Clyde Butcher’s large scale photographs of Cuba which celebrate the inspiring beauty of Cuba’s enchanted and varied landscape. Butcher’s expedition to Cuba took him to places not seen by visitors in over fifty years. He followed in the footsteps of Christopher Columbus, who discovered Cuba during his first voyage to the New World in 1492.

From mountain waterfalls to lush green jungles, from grassy swamps to sandy beaches Butcher’s photographs reveal the seductive beauty, subtle grandeur and majesty of this diverse island.Butcher’s photographs seem larger than life, like the artist himself, and compel us to step into the places he depicts. His unique talent is that he sees and feels vistas that sing the spirit of place.