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    Aviva Rahmani
Ghost Nets     We Raped the Earth     Blog

Aviva Rahmani's art work has reflected environmental and social concerns throughout her forty-year career. Her projects range from complete landscape restorations to museum venues that reference painting, sound and photography. Her blog addresses ecological restoration and our relationship to global warming.

painting, sculpture, new media, photography

    Adriane Colburn
Arctic Ice     Arctic Suns

In her most recent works, Colburn references systems that we utilize in everyday life, but are largely removed from our consciousness. Sprawling organisms such as urban sewer and water systems and the global network of pipes and refineries that develop and transport oil have been fodder for an investigation of the complex yet base, and at times grotesque, constructs that support modern society.

print & drawing, painting, sculpture, installation

    Chris Drury
Antarctica Project
Chris Drury investigates themes related to the environment, emphasizing cycles of destruction and regeneration in nature, and the ways that humans affect these processes.
painting, sculpture

    Paint for the Planet
Paint for the Planet is a global children’s art exhibit and auction. This year it was in New York City on October 23rd and 25th. The auction raises money for UNICEF’s emergency relief for children affected by climate-related disasters.

    Rebecca Potts
Glacial Melt
Rebecca Potts is interested in human interaction with land: how we both alter and are altered by the land. Her current work searches for solutions and understanding of climate change. It specifically focuses on water's role in global warming: the melting of glaciers, sea-level rise, and the quickening loss of this blue-gold.
painting, sculpture, video, printmaking & drawing, photography