A lone Pacific White-sided Dolphin plies the tropical waters of his ocean domain in search of his other half, his mate. Stars and planets glow in a surreal night sky as the zodiac turns in the Heavens. Pisces, the sign of two sea creatures (in this case Dolphins) swimming together is in this scene somehow incomplete. I wanted to depict the loneliness of our marine friends when nature or Man intervenes and separates them.
Oil-spills are devastating to all in their vicinity and at all layers both above the water's surface and beneath the ocean depths. I remain hopeful that the actions of Man will soon turn only to ecologically balanced activities and not selfish and harmful operations like off-shore oil-drilling and the gross over-fishing that we have seen to date.
Nature shares her magical moments with us in so many ways, so I wanted to highlight her fragile beauty with this Fantasy Art scene, "Pisces Rising", especially in support of raising funds for rescuing wildlife and helping people affected by the serious oil-spill disaster currently underway in the Gulf of Mexico and beyond.
50% of royalties earned is donated to the Oil-Spill Wildlife Rescue effort in the Gulf. Thank you for caring about our wildlife and enviornmental areas affected by this destructive environmental event that should never have happened.
Once the immediate disaster is over, we will continue to send donations indefinitely, to the official charity below.
The name of the organization is Wildlife Rehabilitation & Nature Preservation Society, Inc. or WRANPS. TIN is 64-0701440. They were formed in 1983 and are a 501(c)3. Their info can be verified on Guidestar, the official website that monitors US Non-Profits. They are also registered with the Secretary of State of MS as a Charity. Their address is P O Box 209; Long Beach, MS 39560. Please feel free to donate to them directly!
Thank you for caring.