Tattooed Whale, Tim Pitsiulak

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Pitsiulak is best known for the extraordinary drawings that have made him one of the most sought-after contemporary Inuit artists. Pitsiulak divides his time between drawing and hunting. His respect for the wildlife in his region is evident in his … Continued

Inspiring: Red Earth

RED EARTH is an international environmental arts group creating site-specific sculpture installations and performances in the landscape. “Red Earth create site-specific work in, and in response to the landscape: installations, performances and participatory events exploring our natural and cultural heritage, … Continued

Sphen – African Penguin – Quintin Horn

Sphen – African Penguin Quintin Horn Print size: 540mm x 540mmFrame size: 600mm x 600mmPrint: Archival print on watercolour paperEdition: 1/1 IUCN: Spheniscus demersus (African Penguin)Status: Endangered A2ace+3ce+4ace ver 3.1Pop. trend: decreasinghttp://www.iucnredlist.org/details/22697810/0 Wikipedia: The African penguin is a member of … Continued

John Sabraw paints with pigments from toxic water

John Sabraw makes art from pigments obtained from acid mine drainage in USA, and paints to raise awareness of the problem, and their solution: to turn the ugly into the beautiful. For decades, pollution from abandoned underground coalmines has been … Continued

Thoughts on extinction

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From: Art and endangered species: eye candy, or action? by Dustin Welbourne “…National Geographic magazine has been publishing brilliant wildlife pictures since 1906, and publishing articles about endangered species earlier still, yet problems persist. In the November 1900 issue of National Geographic John … Continued