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Environmental Impact II

Discover the fragility and hopeful resiliency of our world.

Environmental Impact II features more than 50 artworks, including paintings, photography, sculptures, and film, focused on generating public attention surrounding environmental issues and unintended consequences of human interaction with nature. Produced and curated by David J. Wagner, topics covered in this exhibit include global climate change, the Gulf oil spill, unabated logging and mining, loss of bee populations, and more. Discover the fragility and hopeful resiliency of our world through the eyes of more than 20 leading contemporary artists.

Art pictured on this page:

  1. Karen Hackenberg, Fossil Feud, Oil Consumption, 2016, Oil on canvas, 23" x 29", Collection of Reed & Drinkwine.
  2. Walter W. Ferguson, Save the Seashore, Shore Pollution on Mediterranean Sea, 1993, Oil on canvas, 27.5" x 37.75".
  3. Peter Goin, Palm Forest, Shipai Village, China Original files from multiple exposures, 2013, Hahnamuhle watercolor paper 350 gsm, 24" x 128". 

The exhibit is produced by David J. Wagner, L.L.C., David J. Wagner, Ph.D., Curator/Tour Director.



October 9 – December 31, 2021


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