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Image © Eliot Ferguson   Welcome to the third episode of our Ocean Artisan Series where we highlight artists inspiring others with their ocean artwork. At the end of each month we will raffle off one of our Ocean Artisan's donated pieces to help support OWO Initiatives!   This month's Ocean Artisan is Joanna Lentini.  You can either have a listen to the interview or read through the transcript below!     Bryan Mineo:  Hello, ocean lover friends, this is Brian from One With The Ocean. I'm excited to share with you guys our Ocean Artisan Series. This month's Ocean Artisan is Joanna Lentini. She is an award winning photographer and writer based in the Hudson Valley Region of New York, and she was recently awarded as the grand prize winner in the National Audubon Society's Photography Awards for an image of a double-crested cormorant hunting for prey underwater.    And it is remarkable.    Joanna began documenting life below the waves...

EACH MONTH WE WILL INTRODUCE YOU TO A NEW OCEAN ARTISAN THAT IS INSPIRING OTHERS WITH THEIR OCEAN ARTWORK. AT THE END OF THE MONTH WE WILL RAFFLE OFF ONE OF THEIR DONATED PIECES TO HELP SUPPORT OWO INITIATIVES. This month we bring you our next OWO Ocean Artisan, and SoCal native, Donald Miralle. For the last twenty years, Donald has worked as a professional photographer for clients such as Outside, National Geographic, Men’s Journal, and Sports Illustrated. Donald has photographed everything from the depths of our seas to our world’s best athletes. In fact, Donald is a bit of an athlete himself...

THIS MONTH WE ARE KICKING OFF A NEW INITIATIVE THAT WILL HIGHLIGHT AND SUPPORT THE AMAZING WORK OF OCEAN-MINDED ARTISTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD. We hope you’ll join us in welcoming our first OWO Ocean Artisan, Bree Brooks  Bree Brooks grew up under the sun-drenched Hawaiian skies and has been traveling the world since she was nineteen years old. Having lived abroad and journeyed across Southeast Asia, Europe and the South Pacific, Bree’s vibrant hand painted works have been inspired by the various colors of the environments in which she has explored.  Although Bree’s work has been inspired by her travels, she has been practicing art in one form or another since she was a child. Whilst working as a surf instructor in Sri Lanka, Bree suffered an injury and found herself stuck on dry land for many months. During that time she began experimenting with paints and creating images of surf breaks....