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Environmental Art

Environmental art visually tells the stories of  rainforests and landscapes that are being restored. I integrate watercolor, photography, and compelling facts about habitat, regeneration methods and pollinators. Final prints are rendered on archival paper or organic fabric. 

Originals and limited edition prints of my art have been exhibited at the Bruce Museum of Arts and Sciences, the Smithsonian Institution and the Museum of Natural History in the United States, as well as kakemonos displayed at COP22 in Morocco, COP23 in Germany, COP24 in Poland, and the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco.

In May 2019, my poster abstract illustrating Multistrata Agroforestry for Carbon Drawdown illustrating text by Paul Hawken from Drawdown, was exhibited at the 4th World Congress for Agroforestry in Montpellier, and published in their Book of Abstracts.

REGENERATION was the theme of the banner for the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco.

A Declaration for the 4p1000 Initiative‘s purpose statement was the theme of a banner, that was signed by agricultural Ministers and organizations from around the world at COP22 in Morocco.

Drawdown was the theme of the banner created for COP23 in Germany. It was signed by research scientists for Project Drawdown as well as members of the audience in Germany, and continues to be signed in the USA.

The theme of the newest banner is REGENERATION. It debuted at Soil Not Oil and the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, followed by Natural Products Expo West in Los Angeles. Attendees signed their names, organizational affiliation and country of origin within the leaves and roots

REGENERATION banner signing event at the Global Climate Action Summit 

Stéphane Le Foll—former French Minister of Agriculture, Mayor of Le Mans and Paul Luu—Executive Secretary of the 4per1000 Initiative sign the REGENERATION banner at the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit event for forests in San Francisco. 

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