Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Guardian of the Reef sculpture by Simon Morris to support West Bay Eco Warriors in Grand Cayman

The West Bay Eco Warriors is a not-for-profit association dedicated to educate and dive-certify Caymanian school kids so they understand and appreciate the importance of the marine environment to the future of Cayman and Caymanians.
Jay and Nancy Easterbrook of Divetech, who placed the first Guardian of the Reef sculpture at the Lighthouse Point dive resort on April 12th 2014 to promote diving and the environment, have pledged to donate one dollar to the West Bay Eco Warriors for every dive done on the Guardian in 2014.

“We don’t just teach them to swim and dive, we take them on field trips, make them do beach clean-ups, we teach them about coral,” said Nancy, “It’s about education, it’s about discipline, it’s about learning, it’s about becoming more in tune with the ocean by enjoying it, swimming in it, by snorkeling in it, by diving in it.”

You can support this worthwhile cause just by visiting the Guardian at Divetech this year!

Guardian of the Reef is a global Limited Edition of 4 signed, numbered and dated sculptures dedicated to promoting awareness of the marine environment. Number 1, placed at Divetech’s Lighthouse Point, in West Bay, Grand Cayman, will be the only one in the entire Caribbean Basin. 

Groups outside the Caribbean Sea interested in placing one of the remaining three castings of the Guardian of the Reef sculpture are invited to contact Simon at info@sculptorsimonmorris.com