American expedition artist Danielle Eubank is attempting to bring attention to the plight of our oceans via her latest project: One Artist Five Oceans.
A recent hot topic of debate is climate change. Does it exist? What steps can we take to reduce our global impact? According to a recent study conducted by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics Chinese Academy of Science, human impact led to 2017 being the hottest recorded year. Analyses indicated this was a sign of a long term warming trend.
The United Nations Environmental program has indicated that annually $8 billion dollars of damage
The issue of Marine pollution and climate change is such a pressing issue that the UN has created a worldwide initiative to combat it. The initiative #CleanSeas hopes to end marine litter by targeting microplastics used in the cosmetic industry and eliminating
American expedition artist Danielle Eubank is attempting to bring attention to the plight of our oceans via her latest project: One Artist Five Oceans. The
Eubanks sees herself as an environmentalist and has been a lover of water since her youth in California. Eubank’s has stated that she is using her art as a preferred means to show the public the damaging
The rate that
During Eubanks lifetime she has extensively traveled the Earths waters. She has painted 200 bodies of water in 22 countries. Her final location for her current project will be the Antarctic Circle. In February 2019 she will be