A Clean, Green Environment is our Birth Right.

Our planet is in great danger. For the last one hundred or so years, the people of earth have wasted and misused the natural recourses of earth.??

The process of heat absorption, which maintains the surface temperature enough so we can survive, is what is known as the greenhouse effect. Now if the natural barrier of greenhouse gases were to just disappear, the Earth’s average surface temperature would??be far too cold for much of life including us.

I just wanted to share my thoughts and insights with others so that we can spread awareness around the world, bring more into the movement, and eventually bring back mother Earth so that future generations may share in our beliefs of preservation. ??Our economic security is intricately linked to ecological security

In the Juried 3 Showcase I have tried to express the main elements in a meaningful progression of an idea. The excitement for me is to allow this flow of energy of what I see and hear to be translated into a visual image.?? Atmospheric Environment, Oceanic Environment, Greenfield Environment.

My painting is the result of a lot of introspection of the world around me. My paintings are not randomly conceived. Creating a concept takes a lot of time.

I have defined this composition as meaningful abstract art, that is, the design elements are based on a meaningful progression of ideas. The forms and patterns are meaningful and yet the painting as a whole is abstract. My style has changed a bit over the years, but mostly it is rooted in an earthy, organic impressionism with a touch of abstract.?? A sort-of abstract impressionism in landscape

“We join with the earth and with each other,
To bring life to the land,
To care for plants,
To protect the creature
We join with the earth ,
To renew the forests,
To celebrate the seas,
To restore the waters and at last…………
To save our life”

Source(s):Oxford Broadway Series- Class 8th course book

“When the last tree is cut down, the last river poisoned, and the last fish caught, will we realize that we can’t eat money?”

“You’ve only got one planet. Don’t trash it.”

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