From Whales to Wind Painting by Jeanette Simmons

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Painting: Digital, Ink, Paint, Watercolor on Canvas, Paper.

Historically, the whale ship Charles W. Morgan hunted whales for their oil, which was a major energy resource before switching to petroleum in the 1850's. Today, however, wind energy is one of many natural resources being cultivated to help replace petroleum. And on her peaceful 38th voyage, the Morgan collected wind instead of whales. The Charles W. Morgan is the last surviving whaling ship in the world, and an ambassador for peace between humans and whales.

In my artwork, I’ve tried to capture the exhilaration and joy of this journey. It has been a privilege to witness and participate in this significant part of history for the Morgan, whales, and ocean conservation.


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From Whales to Wind

Jeanette Simmons

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Size: 36 W x 35.9 H x 1 in

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