The saying goes: You can’t fool Mother Earth. Those who think they can will have to contend with Vandana Shiva. Shiva is an environmental activist who has won numerous international awards for her three decades of work to protect natural resources and promote organic farming and fair trade. Time Magazine in 2003…Continue
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Today's new edition of All Art Friday spotlights two new virtual art stores and highlights exhibitions in Indianapolis, Davenport, Iowa, Salt Lake City, Utah, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Ridgefield, Connecticut. For the latter, I include a brief production video of Hope Gangloff's "Love Letters".
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Unconventional Kansan Stan Herd is a representational crop artist, the earth his canvas. I briefly profile the artist, who is the subject of a 93-minute documentary, "Earthwork". In addition to the film's trailer, I present a video of Herd portrait of a 14th Century scholar, Ibn Battuta.
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Many Americans are deeply worried about the estimated 210,000 gallons of petroleum per day that are spewing from site off the Louisiana coast. The disaster began ten days ago BP’s rig Deepwater Horizon exploded and sank. The spreading slick is expected to have devastating impacts on all living creatures caught in its path. The spill may become the worst environmental disaster in decades, possibly greater than the 11 million gallon Exxon Valdez oil… Continue
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