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Environmental artist to teach in China

The artist Apollo has been invited to China through the American Cultural Exchange to teach art as a special guest instructor at a Chinese University of his choice. An environmental artist, Apollo has aligned with Environmental Graphics to produce a line of high-end wall murals using more than 50 of the artist’s copyrighted images. These murals include some of Apollo’s most famous pieces with dolphins, whales and waterfalls.

Apollo is a true modern Renaissance man and a leader in the environmental art movement. During the 1980s, his Space Art was on file with Omni Magazine, the leading SciFi magazine of its time, featuring UFOs, alien space craft, alien architecture and star nebulas and other worlds across the cosmos. As man once again reaches for the stars Apollo’s Space Imagery gives us glimpses of cosmic realms even beyond our most powerful telescopes. Several of these images have been released as wall murals. Go to ApolloWorldGalleries.com to see the murals as well as the rest of his work. Some of Apollo’s current projects include books, film, licensing, clothing and textile design.

A world renowned artist, muralist and designer, Apollo has designed and painted murals in restaurants, night clubs, destination resorts and public spaces. Now, his mural images are available to every one – from family rooms to bedrooms to images for commercial establishments. Apollo’s art has been reproduced on dozens of products and used by several Fortune 500 companies including McDonald’s, Pacific Life Mutual, Hilton Corp. and Caesars Corp.

Apollo literally paints with love – he uses the word “love” to create textures, clouds, foliage and more in his paintings. When he is not painting, he enjoys swimming with dolphins and sea turtles in the wild. Apollo’s deepest desire is to help save the wild places of the world and the animals that exist there, one painting at a time. The subjects of Apollo’s art include whales, dolphins, endangered species, tropical rain forests, waterfalls, space, florals, murals, cartoons, and animations.

For published originals and limited edition giclées, visit the Web site at ApolloWorldGalleries.com or e-mail apollo@aloha.com.

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