Oil painter, printmaker, muralist, faux finish artist and educator, BEN SATUREN, was inspired to portray ocean life while snorkeling in the Red Sea where he observed subjects rarely portrayed on canvas. Awarded “Artist of the Year” by Project Reefkeeper, Ben’s images include wildlife, landscapes, still life, and geometric abstracts. His styles range from super-realism to cartoon characters to faux finishes. Listed in “Who’s Who in American Art,” his work has been published in the “Artist’s Magazine,” “Wildlife Art News Magazine,” and “Christie’s Auction Catalog." Ben's work has been reproduced for murals, T-shirts, posters, puzzles, postcards, and postage stamps. His artwork can be found in private and public collections worldwide including the Living Planet Aquarium, Petaluma Wildlife Museum, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, and the World Wildlife Fund.
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