Oceans 12 – Group Art Show To Benefit Ocean Conservancy

A group art show at ArtHaus in San Francisco titled Oceans 12 is set to run from Thursday, October 5th through Saturday, October 7th with an opening reception on Thursday from 6-8PM. Twenty percent of all proceeds generated from the exhibition will go to Ocean Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that seeks to create “science-based solutions for a healthy […]

“Vanishing Worlds: An Exploration of Fine Art and Environmental Conservation”

Surfing under the Aurora Borealis, ice caps melting, and narwhals being hunted are a few of the subjects documented by Chris Burkard and Paul Nicklen. Both Burkard and Nicklen are well known for riveting landscape photography that delves deep into the outer reaches of the Arctic. The two powerhouse photographers recently joined forces for an […]

Benjamin Von Wong’s Plastic Pollution Mermaids

Benjamin Von Wong makes a valid point in his latest expressive campaign – it’s not easy and yet extremely critical to get public interest focused on the issue of plastic pollution. In his latest video he questions if the eye of an illustrious artist, hard work by dedicated volunteers, good intentions, and painted women are enough to get the […]

“27 Frames” – Snapshot Throwback Fundraiser Exhibition

Indoek and Think Tank Gallery in Los Angeles will be hosting a one-night photography exhibition fundraiser benefiting Surfrider Foundation on Thursday January 12, 2017. The concept behind the show is intriguing – give a single-use camera with 27 exposures to established photographers, have them fire off all 27 frames, and submit the camera to curators at Indoek for image selection […]

Unique Events – Ethan Okamura’s Photography At Livewater

The ocean has a way of inspiring an appreciation for existing in the present. Ethan Okamura’s photography touches on this phenomenon by freeze-framing the movement of waves, ocean foam, and droplets of water in appealing and thought provoking compositions. With titles such as Foam DNA, Dreamy Foam and Sky, and Dancing Foam the viewer is encouraged to […]

Sea Legacy And Paul Nicklen’s Visual Call To Action

Paul Nicklen’s photographs are raw, taking his viewers to locations and settings most humans will never go, offering an intimate look at unique species few people are likely to encounter. Massive ice caps melting in the far reaches of Norway, narwhals in the Arctic, leopard seals hunting penguins below ice sheets, and divers swimming beneath massive waves in Hawaii […]