Andrew Schoultz x PangeaSeed – Fine Art Print Release “Seahorse Life Vessel”

PangeaSeed is pleased to announce the latest print of the ongoing Sea of Change: The Year of Living Dangerously – Vol. 3 print suite by guest artist Andrew Schoultz (USA). The highlighted species of this edition is the Seahorse (Hippocampus). More info and images after the jump!

Artists: Andrew Schoultz

Title: “Seahorse Life Vessel”

Species: Sea Horse

Price: $200 plus shipping

Dimensions: 33×22 inches

Edition size: 50 hand-embellished fine art giclee prints with hand deckle edges. Each comes
with its own unique certificate of authenticity created by the artist.

Printed by Paragon Press

Available Thursday, August 17, 2017, from 12pm PST at https://shop.pangeaseed.co/

Artist statement:

The mission of PangeaSeed Foundation is very much in line with my ethos. The mission is very much related socially and politically with what my work has been about for the better part of the last 15 years. The environment, global warming, overconsumption, and the degradation of our oceans and waters have been a huge undertone to much of the work I have made during this time period.

It is the utmost importance and I believe there is a huge urgency to be active in addressing and dealing with these issues right now. As they are the most important environmental issues of our time. It has reached an unprecedented stage, we’re at 11:59 pm, and if we do not act now, it soon will be too late. So generally speaking it was not a far reach to come up with an image that resonates and relates very clearly to this mission. The horse has been an image that I have used for many years, and so it made perfect sense to choose the Seahorse as the central figure in my piece.

I hope this artwork helps people to realize the critical connection we have to the oceans because our lives depend on the oceans for survival much like the “Seahorse Life Vessel” depicted in the artwork. Supplying 70% of the oxygen we breathe, regulating climate and weather, and feeding over 3 billion people on our grossly overpopulated planet, we can’t take our oceans for granted. We must work together, support organizations like PangeaSeed Foundation, and together help save our seas.

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