Window to the Sea, the companion book by John Grant and Ray Jones
Window to the Sea, the 160 page paperback companion to the PBS television program, provides a rare glimpse behind the scenes and into the field with professionals from four great aquariums: the New England Aquarium in Boston, the John G. Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, and the Waikiki Aquarium in Hawaii.
See how different aquariums work: how staff members care for and feed their animals, how they educate the public, and what research and conservation activities are under way on land or in the sea. With its engaging writing, 300 color photographs (including images from the TV show), and an appendix detailing major aquariums in the United States, Window to the Sea provides an insider's view of the oceans' alien underwater realm.
Published by The Globe Pequot Press
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The television special WINDOW TO THE SEA was made possible, in part, by John Arnold, contemporary ocean artist. With the goal of speaking to the deeper human/earth connection through his paintings, fish, birds and frogs and turtles take on a symbolic role as they are used to represent shared life and energy.
Mr. Arnold has recently exhibited paintings in south Florida where he has developed an interest in sea turtle conservation and rehabilitation. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from
The State University of New York at Buffalo and continues to develop his painting in his Williamsville, New York studio.
See more of John Arnold’s work at www.theturtletour.com.