Submissions (15)

Thumbnail Title Description Artist Medium Rating
And we always let them cry The earth is getting polluted also the hydrosphere. We can stop the whales from committing suicide by cleansing the water. So, why don’t we?
Tags: ocean, pollution, plastic, waste, whale, animals
khadeza21 Painting, Watercolour
Blue whale, Warm climate This is a student's artwork about environmental pollution with human waste entering the ocean and leading to global climate change.
Tags: Decarbonize, climate changes, ocean, plastic, pollution
sjflynn Collage
Coming to the Surface - By Noreen Acrylic on canvas. This mid coast style killer whale is shown surfacing the water and blowing. The face in the whale’s tale resembles that of a human, symbolizing the belief that whales are closely related to humans, as told in the traditional stories of many northwest coast cultures.
Tags: whale, ocean, indigenous, pacific northwest coast, first nations, youth, painting, canadian, traditional
yskel Painting, Acrylic
Killer Whales Paper cutout. (Black origami paper and scissors).
Tags: killer whele, paper, cutout
kenjiwissen Mixed Media
Project SculptShore Canadian Conservation Corps members Eveline and Elizabeth founded this initiative to bring a new way for people to engage in conservation. They chose the North Atlantic right whale because the issues they face are dire and conservation outreach surrounding the issue tends to be very graphic and leave the viewer emotionally exhausted before they...
Tags: whale, conservation, oceans, plastic, shoreline, cleanup, art, action
SculptShore Sculpture
Whale in Distress Ocean pollution is one of the most serious problems that we face. It leads to the loss of animal species and damages our ecosystems. The trapped whale is a symbol of this.
Tags: ocean, pollution, Animals in Danger
JEJD-MAT Collage
Whale of an excitement I love the peacefulness of Maui ( Hawaii ). Here we were watching for whales in the harbor of Lahaina. All we had to do was watch and wait. Here a baby whale was learning about boats as its mother brought it close to shore. What powerful animals.
keithwills Photography, Colour