Reef, 2017, Watercolor and archival ink print on paper and Plex, 29 x 44.”
The survival of many undersea creatures depends on the steady ebb and flow of ocean
tides. Rising sea levels threaten the protective costal reefs and species that live in the intertidal
zone. The shapes of underwater animals and plants are reminiscent of shoals during tidal
changes. The print on the Plexiglas is of topographic lines from coastal nautical charts.