Submissions (5)

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Hunger Through this painting I wanted to project aspects of famine that bring grim realities with belated force. It is a fact that India hosts one third of the poorest people in the world which is why I have chosen this piece to depict an Indian village, home to a poor tribal community surrounded by a cluster of small huts.
Tags: climate change. painting
KHutchinson Painting, Acrylic
Famine Famine had been a recurrent feature of life the Indian subcontinental countries of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh have faced. This price was inspired by the tragedy of this reality. In this painting a woman holds her hand out as if she were begging for food. Her surroundings seem Barron and the consistent use of yellow hints at a drought, this...
Tags: climate change. painting
KHutchinson Painting, Acrylic
Coastal Erosion The majority of this piece is composed of blue waters, and to the back there is a small area of land. This painting depicts one of the effects of raising sea levels and land pollution -Coastal Erosion. I intended for this piece to make the viewer feel as though the water is pushing the land further and further until the piece was entirely...
Tags: climate change. painting
KHutchinson Painting, Acrylic
Drought The focal point of the painting is a woman who is experiencing the impact of a severe drought. She stands in the centre of a bare field; there is no sign of vegetation or growth which is an effect of intense heat and long periods without water.
Tags: climate change. painting
KHutchinson Painting, Acrylic
"Earth = Life" The artwork design for the poster was created for our school’s “Earth = Life” awareness campaign which tried to create a sense of mindfulness in our school community towards our everyday actions. I believed that it will help to create a change in existing attitudes. The image depicts a man wearing a gas mask because he is unable to breathe...
Tags: climate change. painting
KHutchinson Mixed Media