“The Quest For Liquid Light: Going with the flow in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park” as captured by G. Brad Lewis

June 6, 2015 @ 5:00 pm – July 12, 2015 @ 5:00 pm
Volcano Art Center Gallery
Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
Crater Rim Drive, Hawaii
“Lava River” photograph by G. Brad Lewis
“Lava River” photograph by G. Brad Lewis

Volcano Art Center will be displaying the fine art photographs of  G. Brad Lewis in an exhibit titled  The Quest For Liquid Light: Going with the flow in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. This exhibition showcases the ongoing explorations of Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park by Hawai’i’s leading volcano and nature photographer.

The Quest For Liquid Light: Going with the flow in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park will be on display June 6 –July 12, 2015 from 9am to 5pm daily at the Volcano Art Center Gallery inside Hawaii Volcanoes National ParkAn opening reception for the artist will be held on June 6 from 5-7pm.

The exhibition is free to the public though park entrance fees apply.  For more information, contact VAC Gallery Manager Emily C. Weiss at (808) 967-7565 or gallery@volcanoartcenter.org.


“As Above, So Below” photograph by G. Brad Lewis
“As Above, So Below” photograph by G. Brad Lewis

Brad Lewis is internationally recognized, his photographs have appeared on the covers of a number of magazines, including Life, Natural History, Photographer’s Forum, and Geo, and within the pages of Time, Outside, Fortune, Newsweek, Stern, National Geographic, and many other publications.  Additionally, Brad’s photographs have received numerous awards and been widely exhibited.  Interviews and features with Brad have been broadcast on the NBC Today Show, CBS Evening News, The Disney and Discovery Channel.  Print interviews and photo essays of his work have been featured in many magazines, including Photo District News, DigitalFoto, Studio Photography & Design, and Outdoor Photographer. His photographs are found in numerous private, corporate, and public collections around the world, as well as in fine galleries and through major stock agencies.

Brad has been capturing the eruption of  Kilauea since it began in 1983.  The goal of his photography is to “connect the viewer to a deep understanding and appreciation of the natural world.  Nowhere else is creation happening so dramatically.”   Inspired by beauty and variety Brad is based out of Hawaii, Utah, and Alaska, traveling several months each year to pursue his art.

A reprint of Brad’s “Volcano – Creation in Motion” is due out in early July.   The book which already offered a sublime glimpse into the heart of creation includes a new format, cover and updated images of Halema‘uma‘u and the recent flows near Pahoa.  A book signing event will be scheduled as the publication becomes available.  Please visit our event calendar for more information.


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