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Limited Edition Print - Future Oceans - October 7th, 2016

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Limited Edition Print - Future Oceans - October 7th, 2016

65.00

$10 from each print is donated 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.
  • these digital reproductions are printed to order and take 5-10 business days to leave our studio
  • local pickup is not available for this item
  • photos shown are of another print in the series, to demonstrate quality and packaging details

 

Please specify at checkout if you would like the abstract colour study pair that goes with your tiny landscape print. It's complimentary.

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🙋🏻 Ocean Advocate: Kori Garza
@kokocousteau // I have chosen for the donation to be made to the @wildaid Lamakera Project. Based in central Indonesia, Wild Aid is transitioning the local fisherman from commercially fishing manta rays (up to 1,000 per season) to new opportunities as guides, researchers, and photographers. These community transition projects are difficult as a loss of tradition and respect of cultural identity can make progress slow and the goal longer term. We must ensure a future for both the species and the humans that so desperately rely on them.
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🌎 Location: Hawaiian Islands
I captured this photo at my favourite shallow patch reef, a particular place that I hadn't been to in nearly two years before this day. These two manta rays (Manta alfredi) came somersaulting towards us out of the deeper blue hues. We spent nearly an hour watching them dance in the shallows. The inspiration that these creatures gave to me this day is something I will always be grateful for.
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✌️ Action: These rays are now being targeted for their gill rakers as well as their wings to now supplement the low supply of sharks for the fin industry. Do not buy shark and ray based products often listed as squalene/squalene (shark liver oil used in cosmetics and hygiene products), shagreen (shark skin sandpaper), surimi brand imitation crab, souvenirs (non-fossilized teeth, jaws, fetus), energy drinks, pet food, vaccines (malaria and pandemic flu), and health supplements!