Everglades Foundation Project

Indian River Lagoon (1)

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  • Regular price $85.00

Original SOLD. Fine Art Prints Available.

If you would like a similar original artwork with water from your own special place, request a vial to collect your water and a one of a kind original can be created for you.  

Price includes shipping, packing, and insurance.

  • Mixed media: alcohol ink, charcoal, water from Indian River Lagoon on recycled Yupo paper.
  • Original artwork in custom white or black gallery frame w/ archival mat.  36" x 29" - Ready to hang.
  • Fine art print in 14"x 11" archival mat and backing - Ready to frame.

Original and Only 30 Limited Edition Signed Prints Available

The Indian River Lagoon is one of the most diverse estuaries in terms of the species it supports.  It is long and narrow, spanning a distance of about 150 miles of Florida’s east coast and about 0.5 miles wide.  It is known for its clear water and pristine sandy bottom, supporting seagrass.  The Southern end has been impacted by Lake Okeechobee discharges as described above for the St. Lucie Estuary.  Because it is relatively cutoff from the Atlantic Ocean, it is highly vulnerable to nutrient pollution.