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My abstract landscapes are inspired by the sensations of life within seagrass beds; the color, the energy, and interconnectedness of species. Seagrass is a flowering ocean plant that helps protect our shores by slowing down erosion, provides us with oxygen, and is a foundation plant that feeds, shelters and protects thousands of sea creatures. Since 2015, I have been focused on capturing different elements of this amazing and endangered habitat. Oceans are loosing a football field of seagrass every thirty minutes. Seagrass conservation and restoration efforts are the way forward. Tampa Bay is a good example of how water quality can play a crucial role in restoring this abundant habitat. I volunteer with scientist on restoration efforts in the Massachusetts area, and these experiences help inform my work.
I am interested in translating these experiences into abstractions, whether it is capturing the motion of a crab, a glimpse of a pipe fish, or just the feel of being in the ocean on a sunny day.
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