Through his photography, Kelly Dunn has preserved in time the unique Eucalyptus Deglupta trees of Hawai’i. These trees which are particular to the Aloha State reveal a stunning palette of color as they naturally shed their bark. No two trees are the same, each tree is as unique as a fingerprint. While the iconic images will live forever thanks to the creative eye of Mr. Dunn, a surprisingly deep appreciation of the beauty he witnessed transpired, calling upon Kelly to help preserve the trees. His lecture covers the history of the tree, it’s current status, and the future of the Eucalyptus Deglupta trees. Mr. Dunn’s art prints will be on display.
Program schedule is subject to change. Contact the library 15 days in advance to request a sign language interpreter or if special accommodations are needed.