Events | MaST Aquarium Art Exhibit | September - October 2022

Events | MaST Aquarium Art Exhibit | September - October 2022

Events | MaST Aquarium Art Exhibit | September - October 2022

Dates

September through October 2022.

 

Description

Ikelite featured customer Jessica Alexanderson and Eric Askilsrud have their underwater images on exhibit in The Marine Science and Technology Center in Des Moines, Washington now through the end of October 2022. All of the images displayed were taken in the Salish Sea and on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. 

The MaST Center is the marine biology and aquarium facility of Highline College located at the Redondo Beach campus in Washington state. This facility serves as both a public education center as well as a laboratory and research facility, aquarium and art exhibit.

 

Open to the General Public

The MaST Center and art exhibit are open to the public on Saturdays from 10am - 2pm. Learn more about the MaST Center here.  

 

Jessica Alexanderson Lumpsucker

Pacific Spiny Lumpsucker, Redondo Beach, Washington. © 2022 Jessica Alexanderson 

 

Eric Askilsrud Barnacles

Red Lipped Gooseneck Barnacles, Nakwakto Rapids, British Columbia. © 2022 Eric Askilsrud

 

 

Scuba Jess and Scuba Eric

Jessica Alexanderson and Eric Askilsrud, better known as the dynamic duo Scuba Jess and Scuba Eric, are active members of the Pacific Northwest diving community. Jessica has been diving for eight years and enjoys underwater photography, cleanup dives, and the camaraderie of diving. She just published her first book The Girl Who Recycled 1 Million Cans. Eric Askilsrud has enjoyed diving PNW for over 20 years. He's a self described critter geek and beach BBQ master, he's also the mastermind behind pnwdiving.com, a website where divers can learn and share information about diving conditions in the Pacific Northwest. 

 

 

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Additional Reading

Customer Photos | Jessica Alexanderson Scuba Jess

Freediving the Orca Trail with the PNW Protectors [VIDEO]

Our Favorite Underwater Photography Podcasts | Part 2

Book Review: 101 Tips for Underwater Photographers

From Art School to Gallery Walls | An Interview with Pillery Teesalu