I am excited to announce that I have set up a donations page in order to help me on my journey towards promoting a more sustainable ocean! I am collaborating with Plastic Tides, a non-profit organisation based in the USA, who combine their love of science and adventure with ocean sustainability.
This organisation creates events and expeditions that enables global communities to move one step closer towards living more sustainability and to preventing the plastic tide.
All of your donations go towards enabling me to work with Plastic Tides on a non-profit basis, using my work to promote a more environmentally friendly and anti-plastic future for out natural world on social media, events and campaigns.
Go to Project 'Call To Change' for more info.
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These are the finals for my final project 'Call to Change', a project that has been based upon raising awareness of plastic pollution and the destruction that is being inflicted upon marine ecosystems.
This body of work aims to draw a contrast between the beauty and harmony of the natural world, with the chaos and destruction of mankind's materialistic and consumerist lifestyles. The effects of plastic and chemical pollution has lead to the rise in ocean acidity, coral bleaching, the dissolving of calcium carbonate in shells and corals, poisoned habitats, and the fatal harm to beautiful marine creatures.
The message that I have been portraying throughout this project has been 'Keep our Planet Blue', because without the beautiful waters that enable the earth's ecosystems to function and flourish, our blue pearl would not exist, and neither would we.
Please help to ignite change, please say no to single use-plastics, please check the labels on packaging before buying products, please recycle your waste as much as possible.
Please learn, please care, please ignite change, please spread awareness. Please please please.
Please keep our planet blue, and love our oceans back to life!
So yesterday I went to the @coastlinersfestival in #oldpooletown to listen to live folk bands, eat the best crunchy chips i've ever had (ever!), and see my artwork displayed in shop windows and on banners! ⚓️ It was such a beautiful day and a big shout out to the @tweedinbourbon, who were especially good at lifting everyone's spirits. 🎼🎻One woman banged the table so hard that my wine nearly fell off the edge- oops!🍷😅 .
#folkfestival #poolequay #mermaidart#bestchipsever #beautifulday