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May 15, 2018
Guy Harvey is going to be at Busch Gardens June 2-3, 2018 and we are excited!
Since 2016, Guy Harvey has visited Busch Gardens for a weekend of autographs, meet & greets, and other exciting activities. Earlier this year, Busch Gardens debuted an all-new speaker series, Conservation Connections! Conservation Connections offers guests a chance to learn about the latest conservation programs from experts as they share their incredible stories of working around the world on species conservation and environmental issues. Busch Gardens is excited for Guy Harvey to be the presenting speaker at the June Conservation Connections! Guy Harvey will also be featured in “Painting on the Wild Side” where guests can enjoy an artist’s adventure. They’ll meet Guy Harvey and enjoy a glass of wine (or two) before embarking on a 60 minute painting session with a local artist. ($59.99)
Guy Harvey is widely recognized today as the world’s finest marine wildlife artist. He combines his unique artistic talents with his background as a marine biologist, diver, photographer and angler, to create marine wildlife art with an unmatched authenticity and visual appeal. His childhood passion for the ocean and its living creatures not only inspired him to draw, but fueled a burning interest that prompted a formal education in marine science. Guy’s personal observations from his diving expeditions have helped him capture, with his brush, the kind of detail his paintings are famous for. In addition, Guy’s talent as a cinematographer has allowed him to share his observations through the production of educational documentaries — plus his hit television series “Guy Harvey’s Portraits From The Deep.”
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment® and Guy Harvey together are focused on ocean health and the plight of sharks in the wild. The two organizations have partnered to raise awareness of these important issues, and collaborate on science and research to increase understanding of how to better protect these critical predators and their habitats. “We are thrilled to gain the support of the SeaWorld team as we continue to bring educational initiatives and conservation efforts to life” said renowned scientist, marine wildlife artist and conservationist Dr. Guy Harvey.