South Texas Artist Makes Plastic Pollution Her Medium

South Texas Artist Makes Plastic Pollution Her Medium

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Plastic pollution. Photograph: © SAF

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“I used to go to the beach to meditate and listen to the waves,” Rogers said. “Now they bring in a plague of plastic, and people need to be aware of the wide range toxic effect of it on our environment.”

Sheila Rogers’ 3-dimensional wall art boxes, and her “Tossed and Found” and “Shoreline Abstraction” photos of plastic debris on beaches, will be part of a 2013 showcase that focuses on proper litter disposal…”One centerpiece of our education program is trying to reduce marine debris.”

Texas State Aquarium is planning an exhibition of Rogers’ plastic trash art to share the message to its 550,000 visitors annually, officials said…

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Me and you three; 2 years, 4 artists, 8 beaches, four island of Wight artists: Judes Crow, Annik Cullinane, Mary Flynn & Gerry Price
For two years, four artists have been making site visits together to coastal locations and visits to eight island beaches, around the Isle of Wight, UK. The result is an eclectic exhibition made cohesive by linking the marine environment to humanity. The work communicates experiences of loss and bereavement, conflict between the undeniable beauty of the coast and evidence of decay, thoughts about permanence and transience, and the rythm and inevitability of change.

Me and you three; 2 Years, 4 Artists, 8 Beaches: Part Two
Groups of young people from three Isle of Wight’s schools visited the “Me and You: 2 years, 4 artists, 8 beaches” exhibition, and showed their responses in the form of their own artwork.

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