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Limited Edition Print - Future Oceans - October 28th, 2016

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Limited Edition Print - Future Oceans - October 28th, 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 5-7 business days to leave our studio
  • local pickup is not available for this item
  • photos shown are of a different print in the series, to show quality and plastic free packaging detail

 

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: @courtneycoral
Courtney Mattison is an artist and ocean advocate working to inspire policy makers and the public to conserve our changing seas. She hand-sculpts intricately detailed ceramic sculptural works inspired by the fragile beauty of ocean ecosystems—primarily coral reefs—and the human-caused threats they face. Courtenay also works as Editorial & Development Manager for the Sylvia Earle Alliance / Mission Blue. She lives and works in Denver, Colorado where she runs her “Inland Sea Studio."
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“I love coral reefs for being exotic, diverse and often venomous. Perhaps it’s because I’m small and I respect small creatures that build big beautiful things, but I feel like I relate to corals—arguably one of the least relatable animals—on a very deep level. As an ocean “artivist” (artist-activist) with a background in marine ecology, I believe art impacts our emotions and can move us to value the blue planet we live on in ways that scientific data often cannot.”
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🌎 Location: Raja Ampat, Indonesia
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"I hand-build enormous and intricate ceramic sculptural installations inspired by the fragile beauty of reefs and the human-caused threats they face. Not only does the chemical structure of my work parallel that of a natural reef, but brittle porcelain anemone tentacles break easily if improperly handled, similar to the delicate bodies of living reef organisms. This shared sense of fragility is fundamental to the message of my work."