I am excited to announce I have recently joined forces with the National Lobster Hatchery in South Quay in Padstow, Cornwall.
The National Lobster Hatchery are a pioneering marine conservation, research and education charity that aims to help conserve native lobster populations and ultimately protect the long term future of our vulnerable marine species, our seafood industry and all that rely upon it. This is achieved by their education and research outputs, coupled with a unique and innovative lobster stock enhancement programme. This involves raising baby lobsters at the hatchery until reach a life stage which they are better able to survive in the wild. At this point the NLH release them back into the waters with the help of local fisherman and dive schools, helping to replenish natural stocks. Their innovative hatchery techniques help improve juvenile lobster survival rate by around 1,000 times compared to those born naturally in the wild. The work they do is very proactive as well as helping to conserve vulnerable stocks it’s developing techniques that will help enable them to restock a fishery should it experience collapse.
If you would like to find out more about the National Lobster Hatchery and all the fascinating, amazing and innovative work they do click here www.nationallobsterhatchery.co.uk
Tinned Lobster Bisque
Frame not included
Signed and numbered edition of 25
Giclée printed on 310 gsm Hahnemüle German Etching Paper
60cm x 60cm
10% of all sales from this print will go towards the National Lobster Hatchery
Hand sequinned sardines on crocheted toast with lemon and parsley garnish. Stitched onto a giclee print of a fork, knife and plate and framed in a bespoke white wooden box frame measuring 33cm x 33cm. Price includes shipping in the U.K only for all other countries please contact the studio here email@example.com for a price quote.