Pisces season calls for astrologically-apropos aquatic art


Chetodon Croissant, a 20x200 Vintage Edition

Fish food for thought: the final constellation of the zodiac might be a real save-the-best-for-last sorta thing. The most laid back of the water signs, Pisces peeps tend to be intelligent, creative, empathetic, and deeply intuitive. They’re also often artistic, so we gotta think they’d appreciate an homage in art form. Plus, we’re perpetually hooked on the relaxing ambience of aquatic art, so a little curated mix with oceanic energy is a (ahem) fin-fin situation. You don’t need to be into astrology to make the most of a meditative moment. Start with these selects then cast a wider net and scope out this collection.

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Three cats watching fish in an aquarium, a 20x200 Vintage Edition


Lake Michigan, Chicago by Daniel Seung Lee



Haenyo Emerging for Air by Ian Baguskas

Backsplash by Negar Ahkami


Ferry from Ardrossan Harbor by Laura Bell


Ablution, from The Barking Wall by Brendan George Ko

Interlochen, Michigan. Swimming Dock by Arthur Siegel


Hatō zu 1 by Uehara Konen


Adrift by Amy Casey


Standing at the Edge of the Water by Helena Wurzel


Summer in Antibes by Alice Gao


Salmon Hole (Chico, California) by Youngna Park


Dead Tree Lake by Tod Seelie


Kojima zu, a 20x200 Vintage Edition

Marco Polo by Esther Pearl Watson


The Constellation of Hope by Alexander Beeching


Vacationland by William Wegman

Mirror Lake by Carleton Watkins

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