The source for “Erosion” is a photo I took in the Badlands of South
Dakota. The eroded land represents a place out of balance, eroded beyond usefulness due to climate change.
I’m concerned about the earth’s environment, pollution and climate
change. I worry about the human contribution to climate change and
especially our inability to solve the problem (so far). The source for
“Erosion” is a photo I took in the Badlands of South Dakota. The eroded
land represents a place out of balance, eroded beyond usefulness due to
drought. Two people are dancing, oblivious to their environment. This
painting is also about extinction, as the rhino watching the people
represents the Western Black Rhino which was just recently declared
extinct, an extinction caused by both climate change and poachers. I
can’t help but wonder if extinction may be the fate of people some day
too, if we don’t change how we do things.
Juried into the Planet Earth show at the Paramount gallery Studio C in St. Cloud, MN.
Currently on display in my exhibit at the Falcon Bank in St. Cloud, 1010 West St. Germain Street downtown, with 31 other paintings.
November 4 - December 31st, 2012.
Grey Wolf in Green
Sunny Day in San Jose
Swimming at Punta Uva
Sunday in the Sea
Red, White and Blue Man
Pipestone at Blue Mound
Big Pink Surprise
Belize Cohune Palms