Elysium Epic Trilogy SG

The Elysium Epic Trilogy SG Exhibition Gallery

Antarctic | Arctic | Coral Triangle

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Antarctic

 TitleSubjects LocationPhotographerPrice (USD)Captions
Me & You Against the World Gentoo penguin Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800x530 mm Antarctica Peninsula Andreas Jaschek $680 Gentoo penguins are found only in the Antarctic continent - they are an indicator of the health of the polar region. Gentoos exhibit high levels of parental care, attentively tending to the needs of their chicks.
Royal Embrace  King Penguin Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800x530 mm South Georgia, Antarctic Islands Andreas Jaschek  $680 King penguins are extremely affectionate with one another. Between November and January, the female will lay one egg, and both parents will then take turns incubating the egg for periods of one to two weeks each, while the other goes off and hunts. The penguin who stays behind with the egg does not feed during his/her shift.
Mouth to Mouth Gentoo penguin Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800x530 mm Antarctica Peninsula Andreas Jaschek  $680 This Gentoo penguin cheek is nearly the same size as its parents, yet they will continue to feed it for several more weeks.
Smiling Bandit Leopard Seal Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800x530 mm Antarctica Peninsula Bartosz Strozynski  $680 Leopard seals are the apex predators in Antarctica, and their huge, intimidating mouths leave little to the imagination.
Passage Between Blue Ice Passage between icebergs Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800x530 mm Antarctica Peninsula  Emily Chan  $680 These expansive landscapes of frozen water in Antarctica invite silent contemplation about the nature of geologic time.
The Kingdom of Extraordinary Gentlemen Gentooo penguin colony Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 880x586 mm Antarctica Peninsula  Jenny Ross  $880 Gentoo penguins can be easily identified by their characteristic white "headphones" and bright orange bills.
Mother and Child Antarctic fur seal Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 530 x 800 mm South Georgia, Antarctic Islands  Jenny Ross  $680 Antarctic fur seals posing on the shore in Fortuna Bay. These animals were almost made extinct by commercial sealing for their fur in the 18th and 19th centuries. The Antarctic fur seal is listed as an Appendix II species under CITES, and protected by the Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Seals (CCAS), the Antarctic Treaty and the legislation of various countries within its range.
Mirror Mirror Gentoo penguin Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 680 x 680 mm Antarctica Peninsula Virginia Frey  $680 A Gentoo penguin seems to be staring at its own reflection in the glassy waters of Gourdin Island. Gentoo penguins have been known to make as many as 450 dives per day to forage for food.  They can dive as deep as 200 metres (650 feet) and stay underwater for up to 7 minutes.
A Crown for the Orange King Sea anemone Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm Antarctica Peninsula David Doubilet  $680 A large orange anemone found beneath the water at Danco Island, Antarctic Peninsula.
Vanishing Ice Bergy Bits Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm Antarctica Peninsula David Doubilet  $680  These small pieces of ice that detach from larger icerbergs are fondly referred to as "bergy bits".
Have You Seen My Mum? Antarctic fur seal Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm South Georgia, Antarctic Islands Jennifer Hayes  $680 Antarctic fur seals are undoubtedly one of the most adorable marine mammals in the South polar region.
The Calling of the Kings King Penguin Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 1200 x 800 mm South Georgia, Antarctic Islands David Doubilet  $2000  King penguins are surprisingly curious and are not at all shy about getting up-close and personal with photographers.
Congregation of the Kings King Penguin colony Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm South Georgia, Antarctic Islands David Doubilet  $680 Over 150,000 King penguins inhabit South Georgia Island.  In the last three decades, the largest King penguin colony in the world has been reduced to 90% of its original size.
Upon the Wings of Angels Iceberg details Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm Antarctica Peninsula Ernie Brooks  $680 The iceberg graveyard of Pleneau Bay is famed for housing some of the biggest and most memorable icebergs in the world.
Vanishing Ice remains of an ice berg Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 530 x 800 mm Antarctica Peninsula Jorgen Rasmussen  $880 Ninety percent of  icebergs are underwater. Icebergs are hence the perfect metaphor for our ocean -- 90% of it we do not see.
The Origin of a Smile Chinstrap penguin Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 680 x 680 mm Antarctica Peninsula Michael AW  $780 It is no mystery how  Chinstrap penguins aqcuired their name. There are an estimated 13 to 15 million Chinstrap Penguins in the world today.
Camelot iceberg towers Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 1000 x 660 mm Antarctica Peninsula Michael AW  $1300 Melt patterns in icebergs can tell us a lot about their travels.
Show me your tongue! Antarctic fur seal pup Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 1000 x 660 mm Antarctica Peninsula Michael AW  $1200 Antarctic fur seal making a funny face for the camera.  They are the epitome of cuteness.
Meeting of the Kings South Georgia, Antarctic Islands Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 880 x 586 mm South Georgia, Antarctic Islands Michael AW  $1200 A trio of King penguins at Salisbury Plain on South Georgia Island. King Penguins are “serially monogamous” – they mate with only one mate per season, working together to hatch the egg and care for the chick.
 Love Chinstrap penguins mother and chick Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 530 x 800 mm Antarctica Peninsula Michael AW  $680 As babies, Chinstrap penguins could easily be mistaken for fur balls with beaks. Once the chicks are about two months old, they will moult, replacing their fluffy down with a coat of waterproof feathers. At this point, they are ready to make their first foray out to sea and learn to hunt for themselves.
Masked Bandits Juvenile elephant seals Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm South Georgia, Antarctic Islands David Doubilet  $680 Elephant seals can hold their breath for over 80 minutes -- longer than any other non-cetacean mammal.
Kiss Antarctic Albatross Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm Antarctica Peninsula  Michael AW  $680 When fully grown, these albatrosses can weigh 8-12 kilograms with three-metre wing spans -- the largest of any bird. Many of their populations are in a long term decline as a result of losses from longline fisheries.
Alfred Hitchcock massive iceberg Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 1500 x 1000 mm Antarctica Peninsula Michael AW  $3000  Portrait of one of the most famous thriller writers, on an iceberg.
Beneath the Melt beneath sea ice Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 1500 x 1000 mm Antarctica Peninsula  Michael AW  $3000 Sea ice is like an upside down coral reef, providing marine species with an important habitat. There are about 1000 species of ice algae that make their homes on this frozen platform.

 

 

Raja Ampat - Coral Triangle

 TitleSubjects LocationPhotographerPrice (USD)Captions
Cod at Four Kings  Barramundi cod at Four Kings  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm  Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle  Emily Chan  $680  A Panther grouper resting in a branching Tubastrea coral. 
Night Flight Flying fish Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 800 x 530 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Fabian Schorp $880 A flying fish at night reflected beneath the glassy surface of a serene ocean.
Cleaning Service Cleaner wrasse and Butteflyfish Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 580 x 580 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Alex Rose $680 A butterfly fish calmly fins while a cleaner wrasse grooms him. The cleaner wrasse eats parasites and dead tissue off fishes' skin in a mutualistic relationship that provides food and protection for the wrasse, and health benefits for the fish.
Making Cuttles Reef cuttlefish mating Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Matty Smith $680 Cuttlefish mating over a shallow reef. The female will then lay her eggs within hard corals. Soon after she will perish.
Diversity Reef colony at Four Kings Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 1200 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Renee Capozzola $1200 It is mind boggling to contemplate the incredible diversity in just one square metre of reef in the Coral Triangle. There are well over 2,000 species of fish in the Coral Triangle.
Sunset over Reef hard coral meadow Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 1000 x 660 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle  Renee Capozzola $1200 Perfection above and below. But even here in this tropical paradise, plastic pollutes the shores, microfibres are present in nearly every water sample, sharks and other apex predators are scarce, and high water temperatures have begun to bleach corals.
The Pygmy Pontohi pygmy seahorse Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 580 x 580 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Matty Smith $680 Only recently discovered, this species of Pygmy seahorse, Hippocampus pontohi, was first documented in Bunaken Marine Park - a Mission Blue HOPE spot. This tiny marine creature is not much bigger than your thumb nail.
Shelter within the Fans Glassfishes within sea fan branches Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 880 x 586 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle David Doubilet $880 A dense school of glassfish crowds below a coral to shelter from the current. The extremely strong currents here serve as an important heat exchange mechanism that never allows water to stagnate, effectively buffering the area from the impacts of climate change. But this is no ordinary current. This is one of the strongest currents on the planet.
Stationary Sex Barrel sponge spawning Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle David Doubilet $680 This large barrel sponge was caught spawning at noon during the Elysium Coral Triangle expedition.
Take me to Your Leader Boxfish Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 580 x 580 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Jennifer Hayes $880 This adorable little juvenile cowfish looks more like a toy than an actual fish.
Deep Passion School of Sweetlips Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 1000 x 660 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Jennifer Hayes $1200 The ribboned sweetlips is one of the most photogenic fish in the Coral Triangle.
Upon the Face of Water hard corals growing up to the surface Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats. 880  x 586 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle David Doubilet $880 This acropora colony is so shallow that it probably gets exposed to the air at low tide. These corals have to be particularly resilient to be able to withstand such harsh conditions, a characteristic that makes us hopeful for the future of coral reefs in a warming world.
Too Many Fish Rich reef colony Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats. 880  x 586 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Andreas Jaschek $880 This classic reefscape brimming with life is the signature of Raja Ampat - the heart of the Coral Triangle
Where the Forest Meets the Reef Mangrove forest over hard coral reef Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats. 880  x 586 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Michael AW $880 Raja Ampat is as spectacular above the water as it is below. But climate departure in the tropics is swiftly approaching, ushering in a new era where the abnormal has become normal and extremes are expected.
Meadow hard coral meadow Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats. 880  x 586 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Michael AW $880 Hard coral cover this dense and pristine is an uncommon but welcomed sight. About 600 species of hard corals have been identified in Raja Ampat's waters.
Rainbow Reef Soft coral reef outcrop Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats. 880  x 586 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Michael AW $880 Thick coral cover and high fish biomass are hallmarks of the Coral Triangle.
Storm Over Four Kings Silversides over the reef top of Four Kings Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 1500 x 1000 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Michael AW $3500 The majestic reefscapes of Raja Ampat never disappoint. Raja Ampat, appropriately meaning Four Kings, is the crown jewel of this equatorial kingdom of color and life.
Shaggy Wobbegong Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Michael AW $680 In Australian Aboriginal language, Wobbegong means "shaggy beard", referring to the growths around the mouth of this carpet shark.
Argonaut - the Ancient Mariner Female paper nautilus Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 580 x 580 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Michael AW $880 This juvenile female  paper nautilus, or argonaut, possesses a shell that she uses to house her eggs while they are developing.
Angel Ribbonfish Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 580 x 580 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Michael AW $880 The spectacular larval ribbonfish, photographed for the first time in Indonesian waters. Ribbonfish live in deep water between 200 - 1000 metres depth.
Alien Male Paper nautilus on Sea jelly Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 580 x 580 mm Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Coral Triangle Michael AW $680 A shell-less male argonaut hitching a ride on top of a jellyfish. They are the bohemian travellers of the ocean.

 

 

Arctic

 TitleSubjects LocationPhotographerPrice (USD)Captions
Greenland Under a Fiery Sky  Twilight  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 1000 x 660 mm  Scoresbysund, Greenland, Arctic  Andreas Jaschek  $980  Sweeping  September twilight over the eastern coast of Greenland. 
Reflection of Time  Mountain in the fjord  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm  Svalbard, High Arctic  Alex Rose  $680  A stunning reflection of Svitjodbreen Glacier on Fuglefjorden. We were in awe of the impressive scale and grandeur of this sheer wall of calving ancient ice pushed into the sea ever faster by a warming world. 
Blue Ice  Foot of an iceberg  Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 800 x 530 mm  Svalbard, High Arctic  Alex Rose  $880  The intricate beauty of ice can really be appreciated in the details. 
Ice Cliff  Tall iceberg  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 530 x 800 mm  Scoresbysund, Greenland, Arctic  James Stone  $680  It is difficult to comprehend the gigantic scale of icebergs until you experience them in person. 
Mother and Child  Walrus  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm  Scoresbysund, Greenland, Arctic  Emily Chan  $680  A walrus mother and calf relaxing on an ice flow in Svalbard. 
14th of July 2015  14th July Glacier  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm  Svalbard, High Arctic  Howard Shaw    A wide view of the Fourteenth of July glacier. The unmistakable cracking sound created when pieces of the glacier detached and fell into the sea was impressively loud and could actually be felt reverberating through our bodies while we snapped photos and captured video on the Zodiacs. 
Icons of the Arctic  Arctic fox, walrus and polar bear  Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 983 x 328 mm  Svalbard, High Arctic  James Stone  $1200  Portraits of an Arctic fox, walrus, and polar bear. 
Ancient River  glacier front  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm  Scoresbysund, Greenland, Arctic  Saw Huat Seong  $680  The glacier tongue in the background churns out icebergs all year round. 
Ice Mountain  massive iceberg  Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 1000 x 660 mm  Svalbard, High Arctic  Jonah AW  $1500  Still waters are the only mirrors needed in this Arctic wilderness.
Bear on the Edge  Bear on vanishing ice  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm  Svalbard, High Arctic  Foo Pu Wen  $680  In a warming climate, polar bears face a new world with less options. Temperatures here are rising faster than any other place on Earth. Water is becoming too acidic, ice levels have reached record lows, and surface temperatures continue to rise. 
The Last Bear  Bear on vanishing ice  Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 1200 x 800 mm  Svalbard, High Arctic  David Doubilet  $1500  Polar bears face a future of uncertainty. Two-thirds of the world’s polar bears will likely be gone within the next twenty years, and more species will follow in their footsteps, as will our way of life as sea levels rise and inundate coastlines all around the globe.
Snow Ball  Harp seal pup  Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 1500 x 1000 mm  Canadian Arctic  Jennifer Hayes  $2000  Harp seal pups have a stark white coat for the first two to three weeks of life before they moult into their grey adult color. These pups require a stable platform of sea ice to survive, and without it, they perish. 
My Mummy  Harp seal mother and pup  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 860 x 550 mm  Canadian Arctic  Jennifer Hayes  $680  A mother harp seal comforts her pup in Canada's Gulf of St. Lawrence. 
Into the Ice  above below of icebeg  Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 1000 x 660 mm  Scoresbysund, Greenland, Arctic  David Doubilet  $1500  Above Below pictures are one of the best ways to illustrate the splendour of icebergs. 
Falling River  Glacier calving  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm  Svalbard, High Arctic  Joanna Lentini  $680  When ice from calving glaciers hits the water, it can cause a tidal wave for kilometres. 
Fire on Ice  Twilight over Vanishing Ice  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm  Scoresbysund, Greenland, Arctic  David Doubilet  $680  The most spectacular sunset of the three-week expedition captured at Eskimo Bukta at Scoresby Sund, Greenland. 
Van Gogh Bear Van Gogh edition  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 1200 mm  Svalbard, High Arctic  Michael AW  $1800  Polar bear on pack ice: Van Gogh edition. 
Gone  One of three dead bears found by the author in 2014  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm  Svalbard, High Arctic  Michael AW  $680  The diet of a polar bear consists almost exclusively of ringed and bearded seals, supplemented by the occasional walrus, beluga whale, and other seal species. This is where loss of arctic sea ice poses the greatest threat. Less sea ice means less seals, and food shortages for polar bears. 
Vanishing iceberg Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 1500 x 1000 mm Arctic Michael AW $5000  Icebergs are endlessly varied and incredibly beautiful natural structures expertly carved by water, wind, and time.
Where's Alice? Arctic hare Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 580 x 580 mm Arctic Michael AW $580 The stark white fur of the Arctic hare provides it with the perfect camouflage during winter months.
Pygmy Dumbo Dumbo octopus Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 580 x 580 mm Chukchi Sea, Arctic Michael AW $800  This spectacularly colourful species of dumbo octopus found in the Chukchi Sea was new to science at the time of its collection.
Headache Polar bear Fine Art Gallery Archival print sandwiched between aluminium and acrylic 1000 x 660 mm Svalbard, High Arctic Michael AW $2000  The loss of Arctic sea ice can be hard to watch. Based on climate change models, scientists have predicted that projected reductions of critical sea ice habitat will be responsible for the loss of two-thirds (about 16,000) of the world’s polar bear population by 2030, and most of the remaining bears by the end of the century.
Bear on Edge Polar bear on birds cliff Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm Svalbard, High Arctic Michael AW  $680  A lack of stable sea ice, their traditional hunting ground, has forced this desperate polar bear to scale a dangerous cliff to find bird eggs, a food choice of last resort. 
The Last Sunset 83°N Van Gogh Inspired sunset at 83°N Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 1500 x 1000 mm Svalbard, High Arctic Michael AW $2800  Polar bear on melting pack ice: Van Gogh edition.
You are My Everything Atlantic puffins  Fine Art Gallery Archival on canvas with acid free coats 800 x 530 mm Svalbard, High Arctic Michael AW  $680  Puffins are icons of the seabird world and are fondly refered to as Clowns of the Sea. The puffin population in Europe is projected to decrease by 50-79% from 2000-2065 (three generations). It is thought that puffins are highly susceptible to the impacts of climate change, such as sea temperature rise and shifts in prey distribution and abundance.