Ft. Lauderdale, FL, May 25, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The Blue Wild, http://thebluewild.com/index.html, announced today an all-star marine artist line-up for the 2010 Expo and named world renowned eco-artist and conservationist David Dunleavy as the sponsoring artist.
David Dunleavy’s newest release, “Creature Feature”, will be seen gracing the official Expo promotional material and T-Shirt. Dunleavy will be on site daily signing the official T-shirts and posters.
“The Blue Wild is going to be a very exciting Expo, and I’m thrilled to be participating with a unique group of diverse divers. I’m looking forward to displaying my latest works of Dive Art and meeting everyone at the show,” states Dunleavy and went on to add, “The Expo truly captures the best in divers – responsibility, education, conservation, and helping others. It is what the dive community is all about. I feel privileged to be a part of it.”
The Blue Wild, http://www.thebluewild.com/artists.htm, has brought together “the best of the best marine life artist.” Along with Dunleavy, the Expo will feature artists Carey Chen, Pasta Pantaleo, Pascal Lecocq, Jason Mathias, Steve Ozment, Jose Fernandez, Burt Lancaster, Bill Wieger, Rob Goins, Caleb Goins, Josh Goins, and Helter Skeletons Founders – Grant Stoecklin, Eric Ault, and Brian Hayden.
“I so appreciate our artists for their talent, generosity, kindness, and willingness to support the dive community,” event hostess Sheri Daye said and added “I can’t thank them enough and look forward to seeing divers and ocean lovers alike come out to meet the artist and see their the beautiful work.”
The Blue Wild is being held June 5 and 6 at the Broward County Convention Center in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Admission to the Marine Art Exhibit is free. Pre-registration price for the Dive Expo, seminars, and workshops is $25 for a single day or $45 for both days. Admission can be prepaid at http://thebluewild.com/tickets.htm.
Giant raffles will be held each day and a live auction on Saturday to benefit the Twin Palms Center for the Disabled, for more information visit http://www.twinpalmscenter.org/. Items will consist of dive gear, marine jewelry, marine artwork, and gift products.