Explore The Company / Conservation
At Quincy Pond Print Works we care about the environment and the conservation of both the planet and the species that live here. We work to maintain a low ecological footprint by reusing and recycling supplies used in the printing and framing process. Matthew powers his home and studio with solar panels and uses with other energy and water saving alternatives both there and at his gallery.
As a company we support groups who share our conservation philosophy and donate to charities such as the Coastal Conservation Association, the Merrimack River Valley chapter of Trout Unlimited, the NHSPCA, and the University of New Hampshire marine docent program.
We hope you'll use the information and links found here to better understand the issues facing marine life and the environment and what we as people can do to help. Matthew wants his works of art to remind us all of the incredible beauty and fragility of the natural world and to think more deeply about the effects of humankind on it.
"Northern Right Whale"
Right now the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH is raising money to help bring the skeleton of Tofu, a humpback whale, to a brand new exhibit at the center. Tofu was only two years old when she sadly became the apparent victim of a vessel strike. Find out more about her story and fundraising efforts in the link below.
*And, if you purchase one of Matthew's "Northern Humpback" or "Northern Right Whale" prints, we will donate 20% of that sale to the SSC's fundraising campaign for the exhibit Tofu: The Journey of a Humpback Whale.*
Seacoast Science Center / Tofu exhibition:
Learn more about issues facing humpback and right whales:
Calculate your ecological footprint: