When was the last time to your recollection that you had bottled water in one hand and a glass of tap water in the other and chose the tap water? Chances are that has not happened in your life. Even in modern cities such as Los Angeles, Sydney, New York, London or Tokyo, most citizens will dare not drink the tap water? Why? Any number of reasons will suffice. But the fact is that even in these cities where "water quality" should be at its best, it´s not. Now just imagine living in places where water really is bad, not just considered bad tasting. How often do you boil your drinking water? Never? Exactly. Enjoy your journey through disturbing facts, colorful art and a mythical story that, if we aren´t careful, just may become more fact than fiction.
Nathan Paul Gibbs brings to life social issues through wondrous color. This stems from a life of exposure to nature and a long love and desire of artistic methods and genres. Nathan spent most of his life involved with water. Being born on the Puget Sound near Seattle and then transplanting to Florida then later CA where he was always near water. When Nathan graduated with a BAE from University of North Florida he decided to move to the epicenter of US surfing culture, Orange County, CA and now resides in Laguna Beach. Nathan Paul Gibbs currently teaches 4th grade and is finishing a MSA in Reading and Language Arts. Between surfing, writing, and other artistic endeavors he still finds time to go out and just look around. You should too.