This work has been shortlisted as a finalist in the prestigious Wildlife Artist of the Year 2021 Exhibition held by the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation, in association with the BBC and awarded the honor of "Highly Commended."
The original artwork is available through the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. 50% will be donated to the foundation for wildlife conservation efforts. For information on purchasing the original, inquire here or through the foundation.
Limited edition prints are available upon request. A portion of the proceeds are donated to conservation efforts. Please email for more information.
Adored and revered, only to be eventually betrayed by her lover, Shakespeare’s Ophelia drowns alone and powerless due to a world controlled by others. The iconic polar bear is treasured by all and yet abandoned to climate change caused by those who profess to love her.
Created with acrylic and spray paint on both sides of upcycled engineered glass. Any untouched surface appears glossy and wet, revealing the depths underneath. Light touching the paint casts shadows that are accentuated on the reverse side of the painting, giving an illusion that the polar bear and bubbles are moving before you.