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Beautiful California watercolors that were painted from the actual places along the California coastline within the four Federal Marine Life Sanctuaries by international award winning artist, Suzan Michele Powers. The paintings are digitally formatted for the gift items you select to purchase. Cordell Bank, Gulf of Farallones, Monterey Bay, and Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuaries are represented. A percent of the profits from the sale of these items are donated to the non-profit organizations that support the wildlife of the Sanctuaries. Click on the scene that you like and shop for clothing, baby items, housewares, and stationary products plus electronic accessories. Buy something for yourself and gifts for loved ones and help care for whales, dolphins, sea otters, seals, sea lions, sea elephants, birds, and butterflies plus sea grasses, trees and other vegetation and the Pacific Ocean itself!

Cordell Bank Marine Life Sanctuary, Bodega Bay, CA

Cordell Bank Marine Life Sanctuary, Bodega Bay, CA
Cordell Bank is set off the coast near Bodega Bay, California and is teeming with marine life. It is the first Marine Life Sanctuary designated in California.

Mendocino Headlands State Park

Mendocino Headlands State Park
Mendocino Headlands State Park, California is the newest watercolor to the Gulf of Farallones Marine Life Sanctuary in Northern California!

North Beach, Pt. Reyes, CA

North Beach, Pt. Reyes, CA
North Beach, Pt. Reyes National Seashore, California is located in the Gulf of Farallones National Marine Life Sanctuary.

Stinson Beach, California

Stinson Beach, California
Stinson Beach, California is located in the Gulf of Farallones National Marine Sanctuary. The Farallones Islands, a bird sanctuary can be seen from the beach.

John Muir Beach, California

John Muir Beach, California
John Muir Beach is at the northern tip of the Monterey Bay National Marine Life Sanctuary. It is named for the great environmentalist and founder of the Sierra Club, John Muir.

Marin Headlands, California

Marin Headlands, California
Watercolor of the Marin Headlands as the fog has entered through the Golden Gate to the SF Bay. The Marine Mammal Rescue Center is located here.

San Francisco Bay, California

San Francisco Bay, California
Original watercolor of San Francisco Bay, CA just before the evening fog comes in through the Golden Gate. Marin Co. lays across the way. Sea lions live here and an occasional whale visits.

Seal Rock, California

Seal Rock, California
Located at popular Ocean Beach in San Francisco, Seal Rock stands barren of its namesake. It was once a gathering place for seals until they were hunted to death for their furs.

Half Moon Bay, California

Half Moon Bay, California
Spectacular Half Moon Bay, CA is home of the famous Maverick surfing contest every winter. The Santa Cruz mountain range stretches off into the distance.

Natural Bridges, Santa Cruz, California

Natural Bridges, Santa Cruz, California
Natural Bridges State Park at Santa Cruz, California is home to the migrating Monarch butterflies, seals, sea otters, shore birds plus migrating whales. The Monarch Butterfly Center is here.

Monterey Bay, California

Monterey Bay, California
The heart of the Monterey Bay Marine Life Sanctuary is beautiful Monterey Bay. Bright California watercolors show the Bay without its towns. See sea otters, dolphins, seals, whales, and Monarchs.

Carmel River State Beach

Carmel River State Beach
Beautiful Carmel River State Beach has a bird sanctuary and protected wetlands at the mouth of the river.

Pt. Lobos State Park, CA

Pt. Lobos State Park, CA
Brilliant California sunset watercolors describe Sea Lion Point at Pt. Lobos State Park where sea lions live. A unique place full of mystery, it inspired Stevenson's "Treasure Island".

Big Sur, California

Big Sur, California
Breathtaking, wild Big Sur with many trails along the mountains as they plunge into the Pacific Ocean is a great place to watch whale migrations March-November.

Moonstone Beach, Cambria CA

Moonstone Beach, Cambria CA
The fog rolls in from the mountains at sunset at Moonstone Beach, Cambria, CA. The foot of the Monterey Bay Marine Life Sanctuary, whales enter and leave at this point on their annual migrations.

Anacapa Island

Anacapa Island
Anapaca Island is 3 small islands at the southern tip of the Channel Islands National Park. Endangered Brown Pelicans nest here, sea lions sunbathe and abundant marine life live in the tidepools.

Santa Cruz Island, California

Santa Cruz Island, California
Santa Cruz Island in California is part of the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. It is located off the coast of Santa Barbara, CA and has many sea caves along its rocky coast.

San Miguel Island, California

San Miguel Island, California
San Miguel Island is part of the Channel Islands Marine Sanctuary located off the coast of Santa Barbara, CA. Large colonies of sea lions, seals, and elephants can be found on several beaches here.

Santa Rosa, California

Santa Rosa, California
Santa Rosa Island, California is part of the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary located off the coast of Santa Barbara, CA. The only Torres Pine Forest in the world is located here.


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