The Oceanogràfic hosts the "Marine Life Etchings" exhibition
As from today (Friday) and until 9 January next year, the Oceanogràfic marine park of the City of the Arts and Sciences hosts the “Marine Life Etchings” exhibition by the English artist Debby Mason. It includes various marine species and features a 17th-century etching technique.
The collection, which can be seen in the Access Building, includes a series of 38 etchings of marine animals that have been coloured and printed by hand. “Marine Life Etchings” include many of the animals that can be seen at the Oceanogràfic, such as walruses, penguins, and belugas, as the artist made some of her sketches there.
,Debby Mason has been awarded one of the three Whatman Paper prizes for the best etchers aged under 35 by the Royal Society of Painter - Etchers and Engravers. She currently has a workshop in her home town, Plymouth, where in recent years she has specialised in etchings of marine animals.
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From Monday to Friday:
09.00h - 18.00h
Weekends & Holidays:
10.00h - 14.00h