An exhibition that pays hommage to endangered animals during the Climate crisis.
Nancy Nesvet’s photographs and paintings of endangered animals and disintegrating structures, both natural and manmade, inhabit her beautiful but threatened world. An ecofeminist, her concern with warming seas and human efforts to destroy the environment for present and future generations of people, animals, flora and fauna pervade her paintings and photographs.
Larry Ringgold’s sculptures of endangered species result from what he calls “an equal alliance of creativity and craftsmanship”. These sculptures, made from driftwood washed up on the beaches after often devastating storms, stand witness to the effects of global warming, shrinking ice caps and glaciers that daily disappear from our world, stranding species and eventually, ourselves.