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Limited Edition Print - Future Oceans - October 3rd

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Limited Edition Print - Future Oceans - October 3rd

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Limited Edition Print - Future Oceans - October 3rd

65.00

$10 from each print goes to Pull Together.

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These limited edition prints are archival quality reproductions of the tiny watercolour landscapes from my 50 day Future Oceans project in Fall 2016. Professionally printed by Fidelis Art Prints on a softly textured bright white watercolour paper. Prints are 4 x 6 inches with straight edges. The painting rests in the centre of the paper, confined to a 37 x 37 mm square - just like the original painting. Prints are embossed with a raised circle and signed by Marisa in pencil.

  • there are 25 prints in this edition.
  • for now, these prints are only available to order on June 16th, 17th and 18th, 2017
  • prints will ship before June 28th
  • local pickup is not available for this item

 

Interested in the raw Poplar framing? Email studio@marisapahl.com to see if there are any left from the show. This framing will be available again in the shop after September 1st.

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🙋🏻 Ocean Advocate: Jess Housty
I am a member of the Heiltsuk First Nation, whose traditional territory is deep in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, Canada. I live in beautiful intimacy with the places and spaces that have been inhabited and stewarded by my ancestors since time before memory. We are nothing but stories, and the coast is a story-rich place. My life is rich for being a coastal life. My life is richer, too, for the opportunity to share stories with others.
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🌎 Location: Pacific Coast
Camp out into Fitzhugh with no particular destination in mind; we just want them to get familiar with the rhythm of paddling together and being close to the ocean and its inhabitants, like the whales that often follow their glwa (canoe).
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✌️ Action: Every day, I work to support non-profit programs that get Indigenous youth out on the land and water. We protect what we care about, and they are learning to care about their homeland!

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You can read Jess's own words, thoughts and poetry here on here blog. https://jesshousty.com/

An interview with Tides Canada on (some) of her work: http://tidescanada.org/impact_stories/interview-jess-housty/