in to the incomparable ocean world of Wyland, the most
influential marine life artist of our time. With more than 78
monumental ocean murals throughout the world, Wyland's art has
transported many into the sublime chambers of nature's
underwater kingdom, all guided by the eyes of an authentic
This painter, sculptor, writer, underwater photographer and
muralist is one of the most prolific and celebrated artists of
our day. His mission is to inspire an entire generation to
appreciate the beauty of our world's oceans featuring great
whales, dolphins, manatees, orcas, sea turtles, sharks, colorful
fish, living reefs and all life in the sea. Wyland captures it
all with beauty and emotion.
As a marine life artist whose work has been hailed for its
worldwide environmental implications by such world renown ocean
scientists as Dr. Robert Ballard, Dr Sylvia A. Earl and Dr.
Roger Payne, Wyland is bridging the marine world of science and
Today his art is found in museums, galleries, and public walls
and in many public and private collections throughout the world.
He is also founder of the Wyland Foundation, a nonprofit
organization dedicated to the preservation of the world's
can make a difference!
Ocean Treasures Gallery
Timbuck II Shopping Center
785 E Sunset Blvd.
Corolla, NC 27927
Phone 252 453-2383
is one of the many artists whose works are always sought after by
Wyland, the world's
Premier Ocean artist, has been a pioneer in the marine art movement
sculptor, muralist, photographer and scuba diver is one of the most prolific and
celebrated artists of our time.
To date, in addition
to his spectacular paintings of a wide variety of marine life,
Wyland has completed 100 of his landmark murals, the renowned
Whaling Walls, throughout the United States as well as Canada,
Japan, Australia, Mexico, France and New Zealand. He
currently holds the world record for the largest mural. His
final mural (#100) was completed
as part of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
It is estimated that more
than one billion people are exposed to Wyland's art each year.
He has approximately 25,000 collectors of his work in over thirty
countries, and perhaps more than any
other artist, he has raised the planet's environmental consciousness
with regard to the oceans
and their inhabitants.