Back in June, the Sea No Evil charity auction returned to Riverside, California! We raised money for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and their ongoing efforts against the inhumane treatment of marine life around the world. More than 100 artists from across the country and California, came to contribute or donated their best pieces for [...]Continue reading
Date: Saturday June 30th, 2012
Time: Doors Open at 6:00 PM
Place: Corner of Mission Inn and Lemon in Riverside
3485 Mission Inn Ave
Riverside, CA 92501
$10 Donation at the Door
VIP Tickets include: Early VIP entrance into the event at 5:30 PM, a private meet and greet with Captain Peter Hammarstedt, other Sea Shepherd Crew and the 2012 Sea No Evil Featured Artist, Gary Baseman, a 2012 Sea No Evil T-shirt, 2012 Sea No Evil Fine Art Print, VIP Merch Line and more!
Celebrating our 6th Year, Sea No Evil will come back to the Riverside Municipal Auditorium for one night only on Saturday June 30th, 2012. Featuring Captain Paul Watson and Captain Peter Hammarstedt and the crew featured on the popular Animal Planet series, “Whale Wars”.
Captain Paul Watson, founder of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and Captain Peter Hammarstedt to deliver speeches with special appearances by crew members of Animal Planet’s Whale Wars.
Original art pieces donated by Gary Baseman, Jeff Soto, Shepard Fairey, Lola, Ana Bagayan, Tim Biskup, Amy Sol, Christopher Ryniak, Dave Kinsey, Tara McPherson, Travis Louie, Hydro74 and more to be sold the night of the show thru the silent art auction to benefit the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society – with music by DJ Juice.
Additional exhibiting artists include: Cathie Bleck, Korin Faught, Steven Daily, Brandi Milne, Neko, Renee Lawter, Tomi Monstre, Emilio Santoyo, Roland Tamayo, Chivo, Saratoga Sake, Kristin Tercek, Christopher Umana, Jessica Hess, Ron Ulicny, Serge Gay Jr., Sam Wolf Connelly, Jeremiah Ketner, Laurie McClave, Ania Tomicka, LV Ruiz, Ablert Montoya, June Leeloo, Jenne Colby, Camden Noir, Kat Brunnegraff, Lou Pimentel, Christopher Uminga, Matthew Fletcher and many more.
Sea No Evil Jeff Soto signed open edition FSC Certified Wood Prints Size 14.3/8″ X 18.3/8″Continue reading
Jon has just been added to the Sea No Evil Art show. Check out this video, this is the piece Jon’s donating!!! [myspacetv 36681107]Continue reading
On Saturday 12th July 2008 the Sea No Evil Art Benefit will take place at the Riverside Art Museum located in the historic Downtown District of Riverside , California . To Die For is once again proud to work with Monster Media and give something back to the beautiful creatures of our ocean . This [...]Continue reading
Date: Saturday July 12, 2008 Place: Riverside Art Museum 3425 Mission Inn Avenue Riverside, CA 92501 www.riversideartmuseum.org We are excited to announce, this year the art show will be held at the prestigious Riverside Art Museum in the historical downtown area of Riverside. On the night of July 12th, 2008, the art show will completely [...]Continue reading
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has a reputation for action that precedes us and that reputation seems to have provoked Canadian Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Loyola Hearn into shooting off media releases from the hip without thought or reason. His exceptionally emotional response is no doubt motivated by the need to posture and pose [...]Continue reading
The Sea Shepherd ship Steve Irwin dropped anchor off of Williamstown near Melbourne at noon on Saturday, March 15, 2008 officially ending the 2007/2008 campaign to protect and defend whales from illegal Japanese whaling activities in the Southern Ocean.“It’s been a long campaign,” said Captain Paul Watson. “Three and a half months and over 20,000 [...]Continue reading
It appears that the spirit of the Divine Wind has turned on the Japanese fleet. With only eight days left in the whaling season, the Sea Shepherd tracking device on the Yushin Maru puts the Japanese fleet right smack in the middle of a savage storm off Porpoise Bay on the coast of Antarctica. “What [...]Continue reading
Commentary from Captain Paul Watson Despite all of the drama of the confrontations between the Japanese whalers and Sea Shepherd we must never lose sight of the focus of this campaign. Our objective is to end illegal whaling in the Southern Ocean Sanctuary. Drama serves to put issues into the spotlight but should never take [...]Continue reading
Japanese Fire On Sea Shepherd Crew – Three Injured Steve Irwin Captain Shot Cameraman and Crewmember Injured by Flash Grenade At 1545 ( 0445 G.M.T.)a clash between the crew of the Sea Shepherd vessel Steve Irwin and the Japanese whaling ship Nishiin Maru turned violent when Japanese Coast Guard threw flash grenades at the crew [...]Continue reading