Underwater Sculpture


This is one of the pieces from the Grenada Underwater Sculpture Gallery in the West Indies.  The gallery was stared by artist Jason Taylor in May 2006.  The underwater gallery has a couple purposes; one is to attract tourists to Grenada, another is to act as an artificial coral reef, and the last is to create a unique way of looking at art by utilizing the effects of water, light, and sea life to distort or highlight aspects of the sculptures.  All of the underwater art celebrates Caribbean culture and people.  The sculputres are located about 5 meters underwater; viewable by snorkelers or divers. (Found through Wooster Collective)