Marion Robertson

In this artwork, I have used different techniques as watercolors for the background, felt pen for the corals, algae and the seahorse, colored pencils for the seahorse, a black pen for outlines and white acrylics for the details.
I’d developed and focus more on the seahorse than the other elements such as corals and the algae.

Why a seahorse? Seahorses, like other marine life, all play an important part in the ocean even if it is a small animal.They help keep the ecosystem in check, by feeding on plankton, small fish, and small crustaceans, such as shrimp and krill.Therefore, removing them disrupts entire ecosystems.

I’ve made this painting in a childish, colorful way in order to reach more children than “old” people. I want to draw their attention in order to make them understand the importance of the little things that are around us that are important for our ecosystems because they are the ones who will have to take over in the future. They are the ones who will be the future generation.

  • Single Artist
  • I am submitting my work Hors Concours as I do not wish to participate in the competition.
  • Painting
  • Single Work
  • 2022
  • Pencil ,watercolor, acrylic, felt pen, colored pencil, black pen
  • Paper
  • 59.4 | 34.5 | 52
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