The Tip

Carlton Ward opens Tampa gallery

An Ogeechee Tupelo grows as an island in the Suwannee River.

Carlton Ward Jr./

An Ogeechee Tupelo grows as an island in the Suwannee River.

TAMPA — Eighth-generation Floridian Carlton Ward Jr., known for his striking environmental photographs seen in Smithsonian, National Geographic, and other publications, recently opened a gallery to the public. The Carlton Ward Gallery in Tampa, where Ward is based, displays about 30 of his award-winning fine-art prints from assignments and adventures around the state. Locations include the Everglades, Gulf Coast, Tampa Bay, Florida cowboys, and his most recent project, the Florida Wildlife Corridor. In 2012, Ward and two scientists trekked 1,000 miles from the Everglades to Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Georgia to document the state of wildlife habitats, watersheds, and ranches. “The Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition” book and DVD also are available at the gallery. (Pictured: an Ogeechee tupelo tree on an island in the Suwannee River.)

CARLTON WARD GALLERY 1525 West Swann Ave., Tampa. Closed Sundays. 813-251-0257,


Loading comments...
Real journalists. Real journalism. Subscribe to The Boston Globe today.
We hope you've enjoyed your free articles.
Continue reading by subscribing to for just 99¢.
 Already a member? Log in Home
Subscriber Log In

We hope you've enjoyed your 5 free articles'

Stay informed with unlimited access to Boston’s trusted news source.

  • High-quality journalism from the region’s largest newsroom
  • Convenient access across all of your devices
  • Today’s Headlines daily newsletter
  • Subscriber-only access to exclusive offers, events, contests, eBooks, and more
  • Less than 25¢ a week
Marketing image of
Marketing image of