Climate change is a real concern for many people and this has been voiced recently by the youth of today with many protesting on the streets worldwide.
Everyone is set to have their opinion on this topic as to the effects on the planet and if it exists, but one thing is certain we are noticing some changes in the environment. Whether these changes are part of a natural cycle or due to systematic human abuse of our planet is not for us to say or comment, but it is impossible to ignore the passion many young people have on climate change.
The speech of Greta Thunberg to the UN has definitely sparked some debate and perhaps that is a good thing as it is important to always challenge the information we hear. What is clear is that many young people feel unheard and feel those in political power are not doing enough to secure the future of future generations.
To honour the concerns of our youth we have painted a series dedicated to climate change in the hope to keep the conversation alive.
Currently we have four paintings in the Climate Change series each with similar colourings and style but still individual in their own right. The paintings are all modern abstract in nature with fresh colours that have a bright yet soft allure that compliment each other beautifully. We have bright mustard to reflect the sun, soft light blue to reflect the melting ice caps that are swirling around in the dark blue ocean and hints of black ink to show destruction. All the colours are separate to indicate the varying objects, yet intertwined in a random pattern to reflect chaos. Take me to these paintings.