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G2 Gallery Celebrates Photographer Ted Yeager and His Desert Plant Obsession

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Step inside Ted Yeager’s black and white world of cacti and succulents on display now at The G2 Gallery in Venice. Photographed at nurseries in Malibu and Fallbrook as well as in his Encino backyard between 2007 and 2010, his collection of thirteen 8” x 10” framed film prints offers stunning shots of these desert plants. His exhibit is part of Nature LA, the gallery’s ongoing fine art photography series.

Successfully fusing the arts and the environment, the gallery’s inspiring mission supports both by donating all proceeds from photographic art sales to various environmental groups. Situated on the trendy Abbot Kinney Boulevard, the G2 has donated $421,335 since March 2008.