Biscayne X PangeaSeed Foundation

“Biscayne” is a painting created for Dulk’s Heritage solo exhibition placed at Thinkspace Projects (Los Angeles, CA).  In collaboration with PangeaSeed Foundation Dulk’s interpret the most representative and unique natural spaces of the US. This one, a great hammerhead shark as the main character represents the rich biodiversity of Coastal Florida and the importance of this ecosystem for sharks.


Great hammerheads, which can live to be over 30 years old, have a mysterious childhood, likely growing up in habitat that is safe from predators
and has an abundance of food, which marine biologists call a nursery. A new study found that a small section of Biscayne Bay appears to be a previously unknown hammerhead “nursery,” the first of its kind identified on the entire American Atlantic coast. However, Northern Biscayne Bay is a highly polluted, degraded and urbanized environment

Print details

Fine-art Giclée print on Canson Arches Aquarelle Fine Art Print
Hand-deckled edges
Regular 20″ x 25.6″  XL Variant 31.5” x 42.5”
Limited Edition of 100 (Regular) and of 30 (XL Variant)
Signed & numbered by Dulk

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