Fairy Basslet Fairly Well Hidden By Trash
Fairy Basslet Fairly Well Hidden By Trash

The fairy basslet is a common fish in the Caribbean. It inhabits reefs, reef slopes, and walls. It measures 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inches long. This piece is made of fabric, food wrappers, beads, buttons, marine park tag, shell, pottery, feather, and other repurposed objects on canvas. It measures 12 X 16 inches and weighs 1 1/4 lbs. I completed this artwork in 2020. You can purchase this work through ArtinRes.com.

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Soldiering On Through an Ocean of Trash (Blackbar Soldierfish)
Soldiering On Through an Ocean of Trash (Blackbar Soldierfish)

The blackbar soldierfish is a common fish in the Caribbean. It hides in dark recesses during the day. It measures 4 to 6 inches long. This piece is made of food and product wrappers, toys, glue tube, plastic trash, and other found and repurposed objects on canvas. It measures 12 X 16 inches and weighs 1 1/4 lbs. I completed this artwork in 2019. You can purchase this work through ArtinRes.com.

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Anemone Clownfish - SOLD
Anemone Clownfish - SOLD

SOLD

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Fairy Basslet Fairly Well Hidden By Trash
Fairy Basslet Fairly Well Hidden By Trash

The fairy basslet is a common fish in the Caribbean. It inhabits reefs, reef slopes, and walls. It measures 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inches long. This piece is made of fabric, food wrappers, beads, buttons, marine park tag, shell, pottery, feather, and other repurposed objects on canvas. It measures 12 X 16 inches and weighs 1 1/4 lbs. I completed this artwork in 2020. You can purchase this work through ArtinRes.com.

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