Vero Beach Art: The Astronomy Photographer of the Year
If you love space or you love art, then you should make a trip to the Vero Beach Museum of Art. Until September 16, the museum will be showing photographs from the 2017 Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition.
About the Exhibit
The Holmes Gallery is home to the celestial photography exhibit. There are over fifty pictures of galaxies, comets, stars, and more in the exhibit. If you want to experience something out-of-this-world, head to this art show.
Since 2009, the Royal Observatory in London has been running the Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest. Anything related to space is allowed in the competition; there are very few limitations and some very unique pictures. In the most recent competition from 2017, there were 3,800 entries. People from over 91 countries participated in the contest.
Some of the entries into the contest were never before photographed. For example, there was a photograph of asteroids and Uranus. Prior to the competition, the two were never photographed together. At the Vero Beach art exhibit, you can view pictures that showcase some incredible astronomical feats.
Viewing the Vero Beach Art
If you want to view the Vero Beach art exhibit, then head to the Vero Beach Museum of Art. The museum features some permanent and temporary art exhibits. Although this exhibit is only temporary, there’s always something exciting to see at the museum.
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