An other day at the …exhibition.
With Jim Beller, the collector of all Jaws memorabilia exhibited at the show ( and more at his website), visiting Shark! today.
With Tre Packard, founder of PangeaSeed , an international organization who collaborates with members of the art, science, and environmental activist communities. I have been part of the West Coast Migration tour this summer (see my link) exhibiting hundred of artworks from supporting artists in 6 cities.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Museum of Art May, 12th Opening
Pics © by Alyson Sclanders, Victor Douieb, Françoise and Pascal Lecocq, 2012 Larger pics on my FB gallery
First hall. Curator of the exhibit Richard Ellis with Pascal, with the Museum Executive Director Irvin Lippman
Ruban cutting with the Museum Executive Director Irvin Lippman
Book signing with the legendary “Shark Lady”, Dr.Eugenie Clark and sculptor Victor Douieb
In Nick Caloyianis’ shark cage, the one Peter Gimbel, Ron and Valerie Taylor,
and Stan Waterman used for the legendary movie Blue Water White Death in 1971.
With sculptors Robin Lovelace and Victor Douieb
Museum of Art gift shop, with Alyson Sclanders, Victor Douieb, Bill Harkins, Guy Harvey and Deputy Director of the MoAFL Anthony Lauro
With my friends Ivi Kimmel and Ruth Petzold, and Nick Caloyianis
with my friends, famous Fort Lauderdale Iphoneographer Andy Royston,
and conservationist Staci-Lee Sherwood
with conservationist Samantha Whitcraft from Shark Savers. Painting by Richard Ellis
Painting by Judy Cotton, – a section of the exhibit is about shark finning-, photography by Daniel Botelho
Sculptures by Bill Wieger and Robbie Barber
Artifacts (coll. Marie Levine) and section about “Jaws”
The collection of Jim Beller’s “Jaws” related items, and sculptures by Victor Douieb.
“Colosseus Watching”, my second oil on canvas featured at the show
New Video by Patti Gross about my sharks related paintings with the preview of the two paintings featured at the Shark! exhibition, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL, May 12-Jan 6, 2013
Lengh: 3:46 © H20video