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William Warmus explores the points of intersection between art, nature, and technology. The New York Times called him a Stylemaker.  The University of Chicago Magazine described his work to popularize the aesthetics of the ocean. He is the author of more than a dozen books and a hundred articles, mostly about art but also about the world underwater.

Warmus was the art director and wrote the screenplay for Sensational Seas One and Two.
 

His photograph of an exceptional octopus appeared on the cover of Ocean Realm in 2001 and he edited--with Ned DeLoach--the memoirs of pioneering diver Stan Waterman in 2005. In an effort to interest more artists and divers in the aesthetics of the undersea world, he taught the Ocean Seminar at Alfred University in 2001 and at the GAS Conference in Corning, NY in 2009.

His article: Aesthetic Lessons from Below the Surface appears in the March, 2010 issue of Glass magazine. Itís an exploration of aesthetics as influenced by his experiences underwater: mimicry, reticulate evolution, the benefits of a diverse ecosystem, and a suggestion for a new form of art criticism.
 

   

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 Major funding for Sensational Sea Two DVD was provided by the Carrow Foundation.