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The oceans hold many secrets, and one of the most elusive has to be the mighty humpback whale. These majestic creatures embark on epic journeys, travelling far and wide like nomads of the sea. That's why it's a rare treat to spot them, even for sea-loving folks like us who dwell next to the vast Pacific Ocean. Yet, during certain times of the year, these gentle giants can be seen splashing and diving near our home, Vancouver Island!
I've captured them in these mixed media art works, using variety of materials to represent the changing ocean's colors, moods and lighting. Not content to stay in one place, they see the whole world and are impossible to capture in one image or style.
Because of their huge travel path, these whales are listed as endangered in some countries, but not in others. However, they are still vulnerable to pollution, collisions with ships, entanglement and increasing ocean noise no matter what their official status is in your country.
Hi, I’m Crystal
I’m an illustrator, artist, maker, traveller, and plant-lover.
I illustrate the natural world to spark curiosity and wonder, kindle concern, and illuminate issues.
Currently, I am working with Groundwood Books as an illustrator. MAYBE A WHALE with author Kirsten Pendreigh, a children’s picture book, is available in all book stores. MOTHER ASPEN with author Annette LeBox is coming out in Fall 2024.
I’m the daughter of a lighthouse keeper and started life on a tiny island in the middle of the ocean, where groceries were delivered by helicopter and trips to town meant riding ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size. Our 4 inch prints feature a minimum half-inch margin while larger sizes feature a minimum one-inch margin.