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The Diver by Chuck Sperry

16 x 35 Inches

Cream Variant
7-color screen print on cream paper
Signed & Numbered
Limited edition of 125

Silver Variant
7-color screen print on silver metallic paper
Signed & Numbered
Limited edition of 25

Gold Variant
7-color screen print on gold metallic paper
Signed & Numbered
Limited edition of 25

Printed with  by Chuck Sperry

Artist Statement

"My print for PangeaSeed Foundation, The Diver, is a celebration of the beauty of the ocean environment and our inter-connected place in it.

We are oxygen breathing animals, and we live on land. “The Diver” is leaving her natural habitat to enter a watery world, where she can not survive long for lack of air; there she is surrounded by the beauty and danger of the seas. She is also surrounded by the essence of her life on land.

“The Diver” plunges into the beautiful ocean surrounded by myriad air bubbles. Our ocean environment plays a crucial role in the generation of the majority of Earth’s life-sustaining air. We could not live on land and breathe air without the world’s oceans. 70% of Earth’s oxygen comes from marine plants in our ocean environments. Heat-driven loss of ocean oxygen is one of the leading threats to the delicate world biome posed by Climate Change.

It’s clearly time to act. Please be mindful and give your care to the environment. It’s time to do what you can to become a good steward of the environment. I am always happy to contribute my time and energy to PangeaSeed Foundation! Their efforts in helping to save the oceans, thru art and activism, deserve our support and good energies!

I noted in the credit line of my poster: “After Alfred Roller.” The figure of the diver in my print is influenced by a figure in the work of Vienna Secessionist artist Alfred Roller, the brilliant early 20th Century graphic stylist and inventor of the free, flowing typographical fonts that inspired artist Wes Wilson to create psychedelic lettering in the 1960s.

Read more about the role oceans play in creating the air we breathe: When a Killer Climate Catastrophe Struck the World's Oceans

And visit to learn how you can help save our oceans."

Chuck Sperry

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