The Prehistoric Museum will present the Mike King – Sixty Miles From Price photography exhibit October 2 through November 13. The areas around Price as seen through the eyes of Mike King will bring a greater appreciation and deeper love for this spectacular landscape.
Dr. Michael M. King is faculty of Wildland Resources at the Utah State University Eastern in Price. His exceptional eye for composition and subject matter make him a spectacular photographer.
“Mike’s knowledge of natural history, eye for composition and photography skill all combine to present to the audience a fresh, and often intimate, presentation of scenery and organisms we see every day. I have no doubt that after viewing this show, you will have an enhanced appreciation of our surroundings,” Lloyd Logan, The Prehistoric Museum’s Director of Education and Exhibits, noted.
The Prehistoric Museum, located at 155 East Main Street in Price, is a multi-faceted venue that includes paleontology, archaeology, geology and an art gallery. This spectacular art gallery show is a must-see event. Located on the second floor of the museum, this exhibition can be experienced from October 2 through November 13 during regularly scheduled hours of operation, Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (general admission rates apply).