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Ocean Art of Earth & Spirit

A collection of limited edition, ocean inspired art by Robert Rorich, Marti Marais and the Oscar-winning team Craig Foster and Pippa Ehrlich.

The Good Machine presents Ocean Art of Earth and Spirit featuring the breathtaking underwater images of Craig Foster. 

The Oscar winning team whom created My Octopus Teacher will be selling 8 of their images alongside Robbie Rorich's sculptures in order to raise funds for their plight in protecting the Great African Sea Forest. 

Saturday 12 February

Sunday 13 February

9am - 6pm

30 Duignam Road, Kalk Bay

If you were interested in attending or learning more about the art and cause (The Sea Change Project) please contact Gita Carroll - [email protected] for more information

All works will be for sale to support the Sea Change Project in their mission to protect the Great African Sea Forest.

 

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