Thursday, October 29, 2015

At The Great Highway Gallery Nov. 6th: We Will All Live Under the Sea- a study of Jacques Yves Cousteau

We Will All Live Under the Sea

a study of Jacques-Yves Cousteau

SAN FRANCISCO, October 17 , 2015 – The Great Highway Gallery is pleased

to announce the group exhibition We Will All Live Under the Sea a study of

Jacques-Yves Cousteau. On view from November 4th – December 19th , the

exhibition will feature painting, sculpture and photography from over 20 emerging

and established artists. The opening reception will be held on November 6th from

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

We Will All Live Under The Sea is a study of the late Jacques-Yves Cousteau. It

would be difficult to overstate the influence of Jacques-Yves Cousteau. His life

and work set the tone for three generations of biologists, ecologists, divers,

inventors, surfers and dreamers. Rather than pursuing wealth and comfort

Cousteau pursued adventure and sanity. This show pays homage and shows

gratitude to the noble captain. We truly stand on the shoulders of giants.


Jason Arnold,
David Kimball Anderson,
Leo Bersamina,
Jeremy Borgeson,
Tiffany Morgan Campbell,
Thomas Campbell,
Alex Schaffer Czech,
Mark Cunningham,
Steve Davis,
Jeremy Harper,
Tessa Hope Hasty,
Dave Gardner
Chris Green
John Lindsey,
Sonja Navin,
Aleks Petrovitch,
Eric Rewitzer,
Yasmina Dedijer Small
Johanna St. Clair,
Boogie Bill Strasser
Jonathan Steinberg,
Marie Van Elder,
Nathan Wirth,

Exhibition event

On November 14th from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Liz Cunningham will be at the gallery

to discuss her recently released book. Ocean Country , with a foreword by Carl

Safina, is an adventure story, a call to action, and a poetic meditation on the state

of the seas. But most importantly, it is the story of finding true hope in the midst of

one of the greatest crises to face humankind. To learn more about Liz

Cunningham visit her web site at website. All proceeds of the sale of Ocean

Country will benefit Sustainable Surf (website) whose mission is to be the

catalyst that transforms surf culture into a powerful force for protecting the ocean.

About the Gallery

The Great Highway is a fine-art gallery and working studio located in San

Francisco’s Outer Sunset district. The gallery was founded by John Lindsey, a

resident of the city with a deep appreciation for images and ideas that explore the

intersection of land and water in contemporary work. The Great Highway

Gallery’s mission is to seek, analyze, support, and promote the work of a diverse

group of artists who seek sincere beauty, challenge conventional thinking, amuse

us, and push the boundaries of today’s creative media. To learn more about the

gallery, visit

For Further information and Press Enquiries

Contact: John Lindsey

or call +1 (415) 680-3891