Marine Art – Part II

A continuation of celebrating Melanesian artists and the marine environment! This second announcement  continues to share with you four incredibly talented artists from the Solomon Islands. Recently published in Ocean Geographic Society’s magazine is a story I’ve been working on for the past year. This was a collaboration with many friends and, more important, this generation of contemporary artists who ARE Melanesian!


From this newsletter, I hope you understand my passion for their talent and appreciate their creations. You can also go to the Headhunt Revisited Facebook page, “like” it and join me in celebrating art that crosses oceans and decades.

Because there is no compensation for this story, I’m asking you consider donating to a charitable organization recommended by the U.S. Consular Agent in Honiara. Plan International is one of the world’s oldest and largest child rights development agencies. They work in over 70 countries around the world to tackle the root causes of poverty, inequality and injustice. Their mission is to strive for a just world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls – working together with children, young people, which supports and partners to achieve change. Plan International is independent, with no religious affiliation.
They are working closely with local partners such as HCC, YWCA, Live and Learn Solomon and SIDT.

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