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International Polar Bear Day Art Contest Students, from Kindergarten to Grade 12, from Pembina Hills Regional School Division and Alberta Distance Learning Centre, are invited to celebrate this year’s International Polar Bear Day through artistic expression. We are inviting you to create and share a form of visual art (i.e. painting, photography, sketch, drawing, digital...

Submissions (29)

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Discovery During the beginning of the pandemic and lockdown I’ve started going in my backyard more often and made the discovery of clay in the bottom of a hole! I mixed it with water and made miniature bear, cat, and bowl sculptures out of it. The moss growing beautifully on our worn down fence was the perfect “gallery” space to display them on. Looking...
Tags: outdoors, nature, clay, sculpture, art, lockdown, pandemic, cat, bear
lisalam1 Sculpture
Polar Bear , before and after When there will be no ice the polar bear will dye in a warm land
CarlosChiu Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Polar bear walking on the sea Wher there will be no ice, the polar bear will have to walk on the sea
CarlosChiu Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Polar Bear dying Show what would happer when there is no ice for the polar bear to stay
Tags: bear, waring, ice
CarlosChiu Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Save the Polar Bears This art was created by a fourth grader at Bullis Charter School in California, USA.
anushkasrinivasan Drawing, Charcoal
Polar Bears: Arviat The polar bears are losing their habitats
Tags: climate change arviat
mbickley Drawing, Pencil-crayon
THE POLAR BEARS Please don't pollute the air! Protect our animal friends----polar bears!
gpjbeijing-susan Computer Graphics
protect polar bears protect weather, protect animal
gpjbeijing-jojo Computer Graphics
The last polar bear That since global warming is occurring the ice caps are melting and this causes the polar bears.
MacDonaldA Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Bear drum - By Daniel Acrylic on deerskin. Profile of bear head jointed with over-hanging clawed paw. In the tradition of North-coast graphic art, the bear’s form-line is black with red secondary elements. The eye is delineated by a negative crescent indicating the eye is looking upwards toward the paw, creating a sense of cohesiveness.
Tags: bear, drum, first nations, indigenous, pacific northwest coast, traditional, painting, youth
yskel Painting, Acrylic