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Coral Ebb, 2017, Watercolor and archival ink print on paper and framing Plexiglas, 24.5” x 35”, The survival of many undersea creatures depends on the steady ebb and flow of ocean tides. Rising sea levels threaten species that live in the intertidal zone. The shapes of the underwater animals and plants are reminiscent of sand flats during tidal changes.