Exquisitely Cut Paper Sculptures by Rogan Brown Highlight the Effects of Coral Bleaching

 Art #climate crisis #coral #paper #sculpture November 4, 2021 Grace Ebert Detail of “Ghost Coral.” All images © Rogan Brown, shared with permission “The coral reef is a microcosm of a macrocosm,” says paper artist Rogan Brown. “What is happening to the reefs today will ultimately happen to the planet tomorrow unless action is taken.” Through new paper sculptures comprised of delicately fringed sea creatures, Brown (previously) creates a striking visual display of the disastrous impacts of the climate crisis on marine life, showing how issues like coral bleaching…

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Ian Thomas Miller – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

Ian Thomas Miller is an artist based in Santa Barbara, California. His recent paintings and drawings are focused on objects and situations that upon first glance may be perceived as insignificant, but, as Miller describes, “when uniquely paired, divergently utilized, and specifically framed, take on new meaning.” “I think a lot of my work is playful, a bit funny, a bit mundane, but I think there is often a subtle severity or unease within the work as well,” he explains. “I think most situations, interactions, and moments (and I’m over…

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