art, united states, water

Atlanta Artist Depicts People of Nature

A human-nature binary exists today where many organized humans believe they are separate from wild nature. Some argue this perceived division is leading to ruin, and one visual artist is examining such ideas among others. The H20 Art page on the Water for the Ages blog is about to feature a new artist: Karley Sullivan. I’m elated to feature her artwork because we’ve been friends since enigmatic teenage years in our East Tennessee hometown. But I’m even more honored to feature Karley because her artwork is truly transformational. It seems she has little fear in confronting the human-nature binary in her mode of communication, and echos of the water world abound. Please check out the H20 Art page to see more.


Above Photo: Self Portrait by Karley Sullivan

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Pittsburgh Water Artist Makes Waves

Art has a way of reaching people through a universal language. The H20 Art page on the Water for the Ages blog is about to feature a new artist: Karen Jean Larson. Karen grew up in Florida, and she has been entranced with the ocean – with water – ever since. She has incorporated water concepts into many of her pieces, and she recently participated in the “Rain Barrels on Parade” project to paint barrels that will be auctioned off to raise money for a non-profit organization. To see her art and read an artist Q&A, please visit the H20 Art page here.


Above Photo: Karen Jean Larson Website.