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Oceanic

Oevaali Art Shop Exhibition 2019

OCEANIC draws from the naturally stunning geography and sea life of the Maldives. Featuring Acrylic Art, Clay Sculpts and Resin Art, we are re-imagining old favourites in a revival of our original Island Collection.

Leave Her Wild

Ink, Pigment Powders & Resin on Wooden Board; 60cm (d)
Raniya Ahmed Mansoor, 2019

Paints the ocean, in natural wilderness. 13% of the world's oceans now remain in complete marine wilderness, flourishing with biodiversity. These oceans show us what the world looked like before human impact.
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'Vandhumaafaru Adi' Hanifaru Bay
Acrylics on Canvas, 120 x 90 cm
Raya Ahmed Mansoor, 2019


“One of the first nations in the world to protect mantas, Maldives is swarmed every year in the monsoon season by hundreds of the giant rays. The Maldivian reef mantas are year round residents, migrating across the country’s 26 atolls in tandem with the changing monsoons. It is estimated that the total population for this small nation numbers around 5,000 individuals, making it the largest known population of reef mantas in the world” — @mantatrust

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Mosaic

Ink, Pigment Powders & Resin on Wooden Board; 60cm (d)
Raniya Ahmed Mansoor, 2019

A blue & turquoise ocean mosaic. A picturesque scene that may shift colour, as warming oceans continue unabated, the composition of marine life and phytoplankton tints the bluest oceans in the subtropics darker; and the turquoise waters along the equator and the Maldives greener.
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Haven

Ink, Pigment Powders & Resin on Wooden Board; 60cm (d)
Raniya Ahmed Mansoor, 2019

A world beneath the sea. Coral rainforests, reef, oceanic lakes, trenches, mountains and marine life come together in the deep blue to create a hidden, vibrant aquatic haven
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Ocean Storm

Ink, Pigment Powders & Resin on Wooden Board; 60cm (d)
Raniya Ahmed Mansoor, 2019

A tempestuous state of the sea, as warmer waters fuel stronger storms.
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South Ari

Acrylics on Canvas, 120 x 90 cm
Raya Ahmed Mansoor, 2019


"The distribution of whale sharks indicates the presence of plankton and the overall health of our oceans" - via worldwildlife.org

Sea Forest

Ink, Pigment Powders & Resin on Wooden Board; 60cm (d)
Raniya Ahmed Mansoor, 2019


A rich underwater rainforest that nurtures, feed and protect the ocean residents we love. Seagrass ecosystems in the Maldivian waters improve water quality and reef, recycling nutrients for a healthy ocean and planet.
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