Painted by renowned artist Ray Troll, the artwork, titled “Green Seas, Blue Seas,” tells the story of Monterey Bay’s marine life in striking colors and designs. NOAA has been vacating the building over the last few months because of budget constraints, and the building could end up on the open market.
The murals were created in 2007, with a price tag to taxpayers of $120,000. They show how changing ocean temperatures affect local marine life, depicting gulls, whales, fish, sharks, turtles and more.
With all the fuss over dunes restoration we got this streak of blue to ruin it.