Where To See Jim Hellemn’s Art in Person
Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman
Monday through Saturday 9:00 – 5:00
Sunday 11:00 to 5:00
June 1-2, 2023
Los Angeles, California
LA Convention Center
Scuba Show is the largest consumer dive show in the United States and happens every Spring in beautiful Long Beach, California. Attending the show is also a great opportunity to explore attractions like the Queen Mary and the Aquarium of the Pacific, where you can also see Jim Hellemn’s lifesize Giant Kelp Forest image embedded in the 126 ft wide glass windows at the front of the Aquarium.
Blue Ocean Art, one of the largest exhibitor booths at the show, features Jim Hellemn’s limited edition fine art prints surrounded by 20 and 30 foot wide reproductions of some of his trademark extreme resolution coral reef landscapes.
November 14-17, 2023
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center Halls G-J
Cayman Islands Pavillion – Booth 1712
New Orleans, Louisiana
Produced by DEMA, the Diving Equipment and Marketing association, the annual DEMA Show is the largest trade-only event in the world for companies doing business in the scuba diving, ocean water sports and adventure/dive travel industries. The Blue Ocean Art DEMA exhibit showcases many limited edition fine art prints by Jim Hellemn, new releases and a 22 foot wide reproduction of “Coral Anchors”, a 3300 megapixel image of a coral reef wall in Cayman Brac.
With a “focus” on public awareness and ocean conservation, Blue Ocean Art offers a unique way to bring the ocean environment into your home or business and appreciate a part of our environment that very few people get to experience.
Creatures of light
Interactive kiosk let’s viewer see what corals look like and how they glow
Camana Bay Observation Tower
Visitors to the Camana Bay Obervation Tower in Grand Cayman, can “walk” up a Cayman coral reef. The five story high tower features a 75 ft high image of a Cayman coral reef wall reproduced in hand-cut Italian glass tiles that is both an accurate dipiction of Cayman marine life from 10 -100 ft depth and an abstract work of art. A composite image of a Cayman coral reef wall was created from high resolution photographic images to match the architecture of the new construction, so that visitors see key marine life species as they climb the unique double helix staircase. At the top is an open air observation deck offering views of the island. Admission is free!
Visitors see different parts of the reef and marine animals as they climb the tower
Aquarium of the Pacific
Wall Graphics at entrance to coral reef exhibit 9 ft high X 25ft wide Aquarium of the Pacific
Little Cayman Museum
Images from the “Return to Bloody Bay” and “Grouper Moon” projects are on display at the Little Cayman Museum. Completely renovated and reopened to the public in 2014, the museum includes historical items from the personal collection of museum founder Linton Tibbetts along with curated exhibits preserving the history, people and rich, colorful culture of Little Cayman. Admission is free.