Art of Deano


New Releases


Original Photograph on Canvas
Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Prints
20x30 Canvas Edition Giclee, Edition Size: 100
Signed and numbered with certificate of authenticity- $300

8x12 Photographic Paper Edition, Edition Size: OPEN
Matted in black satin, acid free, archival material-$50

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New Releases

We are very honored to announce Deano's photo "LEMON SHARK SUNSET" was the grand prize winner for the 2012 OCEAN VIEWS contest. If you're a fan of Deano's artwork or just an ocean lover, you will not want to miss either of these issues. Both magazines are beautifully produced and both are worthy of collecting.

To see previous years Ocean Views galleries and extras click here.


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Deano Bio
Deano is a proud member of The Ocean Artists Society. Made up of world’s top aquatic photographers, filmmakers, painters, and sculptors have united to protect the ocean by sharing its beauty with others.


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New Releases

Featured Painting:

"Tiger Shark Beach"

Limited Edition Canvas Giclee 18x24
This painting captures the fearless and curious nature of the Tiger Sharks that frequent this unique shallow area in the Bahamas. The image was inspired by an encounter Deano had while diving and photographing a particular Tiger Shark known as "Emma", who calls Tiger Beach home.

"Tigers are my favorite sharks. By sharing the beauty of these incredible animals, my hope is that people will want to protect Tiger Sharks and all other sharks."- Deano Cook


Deano is an artist, an avid scuba diver, an underwater photographer, and a realist.  [More]


Deano Bio
Deano's artistic talent has helped him slowly gain recognition, and experience invaluable opportunities. One of these amazing opportunities was assisting Wyland, America's leading marine life artist, in painting two of Wyland's famed Whaling Walls.. [More]