Unimaginable Splendours

Unfathomable Consequences.

Our oceans are in trouble. More than fifty percent of global corals reefs have died in the last 30 years, with only a mere ten percent predicted to survive past 2050. It’s time to take action into our own hands.

Incase you didn’t know I’m pretty passionate about making Art For Purpose, so instead of getting depressed at my Facebook news feed I decided to do something about it, in my own way.

In 2015 I decided to bring together 21 artists to create works for ocean warning and coral bleaching. It was a huge success and because the issues have not gone away, if not worsened, I am doing it again, all with a little help and collaboration from my friends.

NinetyFive Percent Round Two’s 17 Artists:

Apeseven // Brent Turner // Carly Casey // Dino Halcrow // Fiona Chandler // Gabby Villalba // Harriet Spark // Jaimee Paul // Jonny Steiner // Kareena Zerefos // Katie Shriner // Kenneth Chu // Micheal Cain // Miguel Gonzalez aka M-Lon // Rachel Carroll // Renate Rienmueller // Susie Dureau

Opening World Oceans Day – Thursday 8th of June 6 – 9 pm.

Running Monday to Saturday 10am – 5 pm until Thursday 22nd June

@ B-Side Creative Space, Unit 10d / 106 Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale, Sydney.

Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1297494620370992/

A percentage of sales and raised funds will be going to The Ocean Agency; the not-for-profit organisation for their project 50 Reefs “The only global initiative to save coral reefs for the future.”

What is coral bleaching? Find out here: http://www.globalcoralbleaching.org/