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Charleston, S.C. (PRWEB) January 09, 2014
Marine wildlife artist and conservationist Dr. Guy Harvey is partnering with the South Carolina Aquarium to display a complete range of his artwork in Canvases for Conservation, an art installation opening January 17, 2014. The South Carolina Aquarium is honored to be the first aquarium to feature a large collection of Guy Harveys artwork. Canvases for Conservation will additionally feature one of Dr. Harveys loggerhead turtle originals. This original will be displayed alongside pieces featuring wildlife native to South Carolina, such as a bald eagle, rainbow trout, alligator, redfish, marlin, and sharks.
Canvases for Conservation will be a collection of framed art, including original canvases and giclee reproductions. Each piece will be available for purchase with proceeds directly supporting conservation and education programs at the South Carolina Aquarium and research by the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.
These amazing works of art will inspire our guests to see the natural world in a profoundly new way, remarked Kevin Mills, Aquarium president and CEO. Together, the Aquarium, Guy Harvey and the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation share the belief that we can protect the natural world through a concerted call to action.
We are thrilled to be able to work with the South Carolina Aquarium to host this special Exhibit, stated Steve Stock, president of Guy Harvey Inc. and the Ocean Foundation. The opportunity to educate the Aquariums visitors and hopefully to sell some artwork that will benefit both the Aquarium and our Foundation makes this exhibition even more special.