Oil Spill!

I illustrated Oil Spill for HarperCollinsback in the1990s when I was painting with opaque watercolor. It's been a successful and always timely book on the school market. This book was referring back to the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989, but there seems to always be a recent oil spill in the news. I found out that sea otters are many kid's favorite animal.

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Oil Spill cover painting

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Puffins on a polluted beach. (Oil Spill, by Melvin Berger, HarperCollins Publishers)

 

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Oil skimmer machine used to suck oil from the surface of the water

3 Comments

  1. Sarah Holland
    January 15, 2018

    I would like to use your otter image to make one poster to hold at a rally in Maine, opposing off-shore oil drilling. May I have your permis­sion? I am not repro­ducing more than one and not selling or making any profit on it. I just think it would be a very good poster — with the words: “You Otter Know Better!”

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  3. Kimberly Stafko
    March 12, 2013

    We are entering the Ct science fair with our project titled ” The Effects of Natural Sorbents on Petroleum” We wanted to use your diagram to show what some of the skimmer look like. We have given your picture the credit under­neath and we have also listed you in our refer­ence section. We wanted to Thank-you for your picture it really helped our board brighten up!

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