Submissions (1133)

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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
Stop global warming We have shown a baby polar bear holding an umbrella, sitting on his mother. They are trying to protect themselves from the strong rays of the sun. The hot colours are showing the extreme heat.
Tags: environment, climate change, ocean awareness, global warming, Suncity School
clannapurna Painting, Acrylic
Going...going....gone! Our painting shows melting polar ice caps. The last signs of animals that live in the Arctic are also disappearing as the permafrost melts away. Our painting is inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s strokes, which we used in the water.
Tags: environment, climate change, ocean awareness, global warming, Suncity School
clannapurna Painting, Acrylic
Peak of Highschooler the high school age, where the curiosity makes we do whatever we want without thinking of any consequences. However, everything we do will surely be always a return.
ckarsgaard Painting, Acrylic
Before and After Before the blaze, we called it a scenery. After the blaze, we called it a tragedy.
Tags: scenery, blaze, tragedy, art
kevinayusuf Painting, Acrylic
Mother Nature What is the true definition of ‘good life’? For me it’s being able to live in this beautiful earth but our earth is not as beautiful as it was, green starting to become grey, the earth is getting heat up and swallowed by the big amount of air pollution,causing the climate change that gives us so much bad impacts on our daily life. But who are we...
Tags: nature, world, earth
kevinayusuf Painting, Acrylic
UN Sustainable Development Goals This piece of art represents the United Nations sustainable development goals. On the left, there is a farmer, which is representing the sustainable agriculture in developing countries. Working towards the right, the windmills represent the goal of affordable and clean energy. There are three pillars holding up a cityscape of Calgary. The...
Tags: SDG's, UN Goals
Skelly24 Painting, Acrylic