Artists paints—is oil or acrylic friendlier to environment? There is a good argument to go digital with art. Paint and solvents, mediums, etc., are pretty bad for the environment. Reprinted from: EarthTalk, Consumer Action Summary: If you are an artist, or just like to paint or do crafts, you may have wondered what effect art […]
Art of Impact
For anyone unfamiliar with an important segment of my art work, I do a lot of what I consider environmental art. My online environmental art gallery is here. You can also see some of it at Art of Impact. This type of art is very important to me, and has been for several years. I hope […]
Two things have been stolen from me this year. The first was a painting, stolen from me at a NEMAA sponsored art fair in May. That theft was disguised as an art sale… The second theft was less personal because it wasn’t something I’d made, but more personal due to where it happened.
I’m so happy that I finally got my environmental art project Art of Impact up and running on both Fractured Atlas and Rocket Hub. My crowdfunding just launched today! Think of this art project as the necessary response to Michele Bachmann, James Inhofe, et al., and all the climate change deniers and anti-science politicians we […]
I’m happy to announce that I have gotten fiscal sponsorship through Fractured Atlas for my art project “Art of Impact”. Fractured Atlas is a 501(c)3 that helps artists get funding for their projects. Art of Impact is something I’ve been formulating in my mind for about a year and it has finally come together. See the […]
This is called No Way Out… for Dolphins and other Living Things. (Sorry about the low image quality as I took this with my phone, despite the fact that I own some great cameras.). This painting is small, 10″ x 10″, and part of my Endangered series. Next up: Canadian Lynx, Orangutans, and Grey Wolves. […]