Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles

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Sevan Thometz in the forestal region of Renton, Washington. Showing profound talents, he was accepted by the Cornish School of Fine Arts in Seattle where he was quickly recognized for his unique gift and was taken under special guidance by the dean of the school, Dale Owen.
In 1989 he set up the Children's Environmental Mural Project, a non-profit organization focused on raising the awareness of our global condition. He traveled from Los Angeles to New York, painting colossal murals of nature and humanity living in balance. In cities along the way, children gathered and left there mark on the murals in hopes that this world will be flourishing when it is there time to lead the way. 
Now living in Maui, Hawaii, Sevan has completed more than 1,000 pieces of art - including 17 murals across the country. 

Untitled (Whales)

Sevan Thometz
West LA, Santa Monica, Venice

The mural bears the words: "We did not inherit this earth from our parents, we are borrowing it from our children."