Cracked Earth #18

"This work is from my Cracked Earth series of textural mixed media paintings with natural beeswax which is a sustainable material. The painting is meant to be a reminder of the impact of climate change. The cracked and fissured surface of the painting represents the damage that is being done to our planet. However, the painting is also beautiful. The cracks and fissures in the earth's surface are like a work of art. They are intricate and delicate. They are a reminder of the beauty of nature, even in the face of destruction. The beeswax is meant to connect the work event deeper to nature and be seen as a source of healing. The soothing natural scent of the beeswax draws you into its calming aura. The fine translucent layers of beeswax symbolize layers of protective skin."

- Kari Souders

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