Category: Abstract Traditional Art
Posted: October 9, 2021

A Turtle's Swimming Journey

Long Way Home...The Last Wave

by CJ's Way Interested in this? Contact The Artist

Colorful Art Contest Contest Entry 
Living in Pensacola, we have a large respect for our Sea Turtle friends and all things beachy, and beautiful. I spent a lot of time this last year watching and learning about local sea life and in turn learning even more about myself.
Sea Turtles nest in this area and have become a wonderful inspiration to me.
Every spring, mother sea turtles return to Pensacola Beach at night to lay their eggs. Beginning in May, Loggerhead, Green, Kemps Ridley, and, on rare occasions, Leatherback sea turtles. Hatchling season runs through the end of October on Pensacola Beach, with the height of hatching usually in August.
Pensacola sand temperatures generally produce male turtles. So you can imagine the excitement when we get new maturing females coming home to nest.
I truly hope you've enjoyed viewing this series as much as I have enjoyed creating it.
There is a whole new world down each path we take, what world will you discover?

Post Type: Traditional Art
Mixed Media: None Acrylic ring pour with etching then drawn in marker on an oval canvas.

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