Bridging Art & Science

Underwater Beauty

Featuring Norman Rainer

Submerge yourself in the magnificence of the marine world with stunning underwater photography.

Dr. Norman Rainer is a native of New York. He has a master’s degree of science from the University of Chicago and a decorated in chemistry from the University of Delaware. He began underwater photography in 1978 due to the concern for the marine ecosystem and traveled to many distant parts of the world. His award-winning photography has appeared in magazine and newspapers and exhibited in museums and The National Aquarium in Washington, D.C.

“I find underwater photography to be an uncommonly enjoyable personal addiction. It is even more satisfying when the pictures can provide other with a glimpse of the beauty and mystique of our marine environment.”

Bridging Art and Science is a linear exhibit space located on Exploration Place’s indoor bridge, and features local artist pieces that illustrate the intermingling of art and science.

Included with general museum admission. Free for members.