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Tethered

Tethered continues my use of collage techniques and the adding of three-dimensional objects to the flat paper support. Initially I did not have a preconceived notion of where the work would go – I simply began playing with paint and images. 164 more words

Mixed Media

Counting whales: My week on Arapawa Island

By Hannah Hendriks, Marine Conservation Technician

Part of my job is to collect and manage marine mammal sighting data. However, two weeks ago, I got the chance to get away from my day-to-day desk work and help out on the annual… 606 more words

Native Animals

Pencil Drawing of a Blue Whale

I wanted to do an underwater drawing, and I choose a whale. I had to think long and hard before I finally made my decision about the composition. 109 more words

Pencil

"We heard the walrus sing"

“We heard the walrus sing. And then the humpbacked whale, and the beluga whale, the sperm whale and the killer whale. They sang like ships’ masts swaying in the wind, like a jungle forest whooping and whistling, like a barnyard, like birds, like the earth might sing just before it split in two.” 16 more words

Fantasy

Troubled Waters

I am still learning the basics about the Pacific marine ecosystem, but even a newcomer biologist like me can’t help but feel like something is amiss here. 226 more words

Birding

Dawn Valli

Dawn Valli grew up in Tujunga, California within a home overflowing with art. Her father’s love of art stimulated him to achieve an MFA and becoming a full time art teacher. 316 more words

Art

Go to the Beach|30 June 2015|Papercut Art

Last day at the ocean. Planning to take all the time I can to soak it in. Last night we saw whale tail flukes out in the water and the spray from the whales blowing their air out of their blow holes. 231 more words

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