Havre de Grace Maritime Museum and Environmental Center is located in Havre de Grace, Maryland. It is situated at the mouth of the Susquehanna River and the head of
Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in the United States which outlets into the Atlantic
Ocean. We are pleased to host award winning artist Selva Ozelli in September with a show titled “Healing Waters,” which opens on August 26th. Ms. Ozelli’s work is cataloged by the United Nations, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum and the Berlin University of Art as part of the project titled Climate Summit Art and Political Event, 1972 – 2022. She has exhibited at United Nations Climate Change Conferences, Auckland Climate Festival, London Climate Action Week and New York Climate Week, the United Nations Biological Diversity, and the United Nations Oceans Decade.
“With my art show ‘Healing Waters’ at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum and
Environmental Center, I hope to draw attention to the nearly extinct Darter Fish and to the fact that action to restore wetlands and oceans is gathering momentum not only in
Chesapeake Bay, but also around the world too” explained Selva Ozelli.