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Regular Variant

Fine-art Giclée print on Canson Arches Aquarelle fine art paper
Hand-deckled edges
50 x 65 cm
Limited Edition of 100
Signed & numbered

XL Variant

Fine-art Giclée print on Canson Arches Aquarelle fine art paper
Hand-deckled edges
80 x 108 cm
Limited Edition of 30
Signed & numbered

Printed with by Static Medium

Artist Statement

"Biscayne" is a painting created for Dulk’s Heritage solo exhibition placed at Thinkspace Projects (Los Angeles, CA) in June 2023. In this show, Dulk interprets the most representative and unique natural spaces of the US. This one, a great hammerhead shark as the main character, represents the rich biodiversity of Coastal Florida and the importance of this ecosystem for sharks.

Coastal Florida presents a variety of reef, mangrove, and estuary habitats that provide essential living and breeding grounds for a variety of fish species, and these waters contain high densities of marine life and ecologically important marine predators such as sharks of all kinds, from Hammerhead to Tiger and even Great Whites. Great hammerheads, which can live to be over 30 years old, have a mysterious childhood, likely growing up in a habitat that is safe from predators and has an abundance of food, which marine biologists call a nursery. A new study found that a small section of Biscayne Bay appears to be a previously unknown hammerhead “nursery,” the first of its kind identified on the entire American Atlantic coast. However, Northern Biscayne Bay is a highly polluted, degraded, and urbanized environment.

Every year, humans kill an estimated 100 million sharks. The threats we pose are many, for example, by-catch: the accidental killing of sharks in fishing gear intended for other species. Illegal poaching and hunting: selling shark fins for soup and sportfishing for shark-jaw trophies. Or by nets: placed along coastlines to keep sharks away from beaches. Removing sharks in large numbers can have ripple effects that throw entire ecosystems out of balance. It’s a global issue that affects all marine ecosystems in the world, and that must be urgently addressed.

- Dulk

Artist Bio

Spanish artist Antonio Segura, Dulk, is one of the most important names in Spanish painting of the moment internationally. Dulk’s paintings are the immediate byproduct of his travels into remote areas and his memories of natural wonder and wildlife. Some examples are the rainforest in Costa Rica, the mythical Yellowstone, the wonderful Galapagos Islands in Ecuador, or his travels into the arctic circle of Alaska. He has witnessed firsthand both the beauty of these landscapes and the terrible collapse that is creeping over them like a fatal tide. By painting something beautiful, he asks audiences to gather the strength to look away from art and toward nature, as painful as that may be. With a strong ecological conviction to defend ecosystems and the most vulnerable species, his work invites the viewer to be part of a unique imaginarium, full of energy and with special sensitivity to color. A dream world with animals and natural spaces that tells personal, universal, and unique stories.

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