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Shamuria by Jeremiah Allen Welch 2020 Created using Gravity Sketch and C4D 4000 x 2096 Shamu No means Siamese in Japanese and Rai means trust; lightning, thunder in Japanese. The title is also a play on Samurai. This piece is inspired by the beauty and elegance of Betta splendens, the Siamese fighting fish. These fish are native to Asia, where they live in the shallow water of marshes, ponds, or slow-moving streams. The males are devoted fathers who build bubble nests for their young with their mouths and fiercely protect their babies from predators. Just like us, these fish are diurnal and require darkness to get a good night’s rest zzzz

This item will also come with a physical version printed on canvas and hand embellished by the artist.

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This collection is made up of 79 artists that were curated by Annie Phillips for ETHDenver 2021. 24 different countries are represented within this collection. 31 of these artists have never tokenized work before. Check the descriptions of each piece to see more info about each artist, and to understand the nature of the artwork. If you win a piece that requires shipping or vox transfer, please email [email protected]

All of the artists chose their commission 0-100% and the commission will be donated to Black Love Mural Festival; a social justice arts organization in Denver, CO.

The auction begins February 5th at 11am MST and end February 11th at 7pm MST.

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Shamuria by Jeremiah Allen Welch 2020 Created using Gravity Sketch and C4D 4000 x 2096 Shamu No means Siamese in Japanese and Rai means trust; lightning, thunder in Japanese. The title is also a play on Samurai. This piece is inspired by the beauty and elegance of Betta splendens, the Siamese fighting fish. These fish are native to Asia, where they live in the shallow water of marshes, ponds, or slow-moving streams. The males are devoted fathers who build bubble nests for their young with their mouths and fiercely protect their babies from predators. Just like us, these fish are diurnal and require darkness to get a good night’s rest zzzz

This item will also come with a physical version printed on canvas and hand embellished by the artist.

vertical_splitAbout ETHDenver 2021 Art Gallery Auctionexpand_more

This collection is made up of 79 artists that were curated by Annie Phillips for ETHDenver 2021. 24 different countries are represented within this collection. 31 of these artists have never tokenized work before. Check the descriptions of each piece to see more info about each artist, and to understand the nature of the artwork. If you win a piece that requires shipping or vox transfer, please email [email protected]

All of the artists chose their commission 0-100% and the commission will be donated to Black Love Mural Festival; a social justice arts organization in Denver, CO.

The auction begins February 5th at 11am MST and end February 11th at 7pm MST.

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