Celebrating Marine Environments in Art

Opening this week at the Tabernacle in Notting Hill in London is an interesting exhibition “Above and Below” by Celia Gregory who works with the Marine Foundation “to support a new vision of value, respect and appreciation of the resources and pleasures the oceans provides. However not in a judgmental way but through fun and creativity so that people feel excited and empowered”.  Gregory works in two ways; one is to leave items such as motorcycles on coral reefs to be consumed by and covered by the reef; the other is to bring natural objects from the sea and make them into works of art on land.  All of this seeks to emphasise the beauty of our oceans and seas and the need to care for their fragile environments – to cherish what we have before it is gone.

Celia Gregory

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