Otters otters everywhere…

As promised, here is a list of our participating artists–with links to their websites if I have them. The following artists’ work will be featured at The Otter Zone, opening tomorrow!

Adaa - fangs on claw-cropped

Adda from Seattle Aquarium, by Carol Jackson

Lauren Day Benson

Jason Bradley

Ket Tom-Conway

Mike Dutton

Amy Ericksen

Liz Ewing

Joyce Hartmann

Sebastian Kennerknecht

Kristi Magers

Margo Mullen

Robin Robinson

Marc Shargel

Jerry Warner (c/o Mountainsong Galleries)

Jonathan Wolff

Eric Wong

I just want to take a moment to thank everyone who has worked to make this possible–Robin took considerable time to come and help curate the show, Marc and Sebastian both provided a variety of images to fit our needs and anchor the show, and provided images for the advertising and publicity, and of course the Museum staff at the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History has been great. Come out tomorrow night and enjoy all of our efforts!

About Allison

I am the new Executive Director of The Otter Project in Monterey, California! Originally from the Bay Area, I went to school in San Diego, and came back north to Monterey for graduate school, where I found my calling: saving sea otters! Working for The Otter Project combines my passion for environmental policy with my love of animals. When not advocating for sea otters, I enjoy yoga, volunteer wildlife rehab, reading, and spending time with my cat Alyssa, who, for the record, I did not name. I have been with The Otter Project since November of 2007.
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