Oceans Earth and Us Healing Our Relationship with Water and Saving Our Global Ocean
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Experience The Essence of Water exhibition through a collection of paintings, story and poetry, the delicate nature of the Ocean and become aware of how deeply we are connected to the element of Water & the Oceans, the largest Eco system on the Earth. With awareness we can begin to make conscious changes for the future, changes which support a more harmonious, healthier sustainable way forward for the health and future of Humanity, the Oceans and for the Earth as a whole.
Water is The Essence of all Life. The oceans absorb up to half of all human C 02 emissions and they also provide half of our atmospheric oxygen levels. The absorption of C 02 emissions are altering the pH levels of the Oceans and causing the Oceans to become increasingly acidic. This will create dead zones as plankton and corals - the primary producers for nearly all marine life - struggle to survive under increasingly inhospitable conditions. For the future well being of the Oceans, individually and collectively we need large and rapid reductions of global CO2 emissions. Become aware of how connected to the global Ocean we all are , how we all affect the Oceans and find out how we can all play our part, by adopting a more caring attitude to the water, seas and global Ocean. Alongside reducing our own personal carbon dioxide emissions, with information from the Save our Seas Foundation. Information from the UK Ocean Acidification Research Programme, Oceans Under Stress -Hot, Sour and Breathless leaflet- from Plymouth Marine Laboratory. The Essence of Water booklet written by myself.
WORLD OCEANS DAY -8TH JUNE 2020 what commitment will you make to the global ocean ? United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) stated June 2 2017 at 1:00am · The ocean is the lifeblood of our planet. It provides oxygen for every second breath we take. But the ocean is caught in a cycle of serious decline. Without a healthy and sustainable Ocean Humanity's place on this planet will be in jeopardy. We need to #SaveOurOcean. Please share the message/click on this message for the facebook short film. https://oceanconference.un.org/
Next Exhibitions and presentation of The Essence of Water -Oceans -Earth and Us 2019 are being arrranged, details to follow .
Next Exhibitions and presentation of The Essence of Water -Oceans -Earth and Us is at Liquidscapes:
Liquidscapes: tales and telling of watery worlds and fluid states June 20 to 22 2018 • Dartington Hall, Devon, UK
A three-day international gathering bringing together creative thinkers and doers to explore physically and figuratively our watery worlds and fluid states.
Group Exhibition: Sue Coulson, Zoe Hudson, Andrew Phillips, Muriel Soriano Venue Space: Garden Room Gallery Running time Weekdays 9am to 5.30pm and Saturdays 9am to 1pm through 24 July. Closed Sundays Curated by art.earth and Dartington Arts - About this event Water, in all its forms, and locations, is the underlying theme which inspires all the artists in this exhibition. From that starting point they each have their own responses. Meet the Artists: there will be a chance to meet and talk informally with the artists in the Garden Room Gallery on Friday, 6 July from 13:00 to 15:00. Zoe Hudson says: As an environmental artist, my passion is being committed to expressing the visual beauty of our Global Ocean through my artwork. Alongside this, I raise awareness of Ocean Acidification and what we can do to help it. It is of critical importance we respond to this plight of our Global Ocean. The artworks that I create come forward from a meditative space through an alchemical blend of water from locations in the UK and France. They are created with inks that swirl together as one, with an intention to inspire a renewed remembrance and appreciation of our deep connection with the water on this blue jewel we call home.
SeascapeSaturday 7th October 2017 2-5 pm As part of The Sidmouth Science festival Entry by donation to the church. No booking necessary for the exhibition during the day. 2-5 pm Venue: St Giles' & St Nicholas' Church, Sidmouth (Parish Church), East Devon.
Price for evening recital, and exhibition at 7.30pm £10 for adults, £5 for students 16 and under. A unique recital about our relationship with the sea, and about the ocean's influence on our weather and climate. Music by Ireland, Chausson, Elgar, Duparc, Rossini, Porter and Gershwin illustrates our emotional and artistic relationship with the seas, and will be performed by Pierrette Thomet, mezzo, and Prof Brian Golding, piano. The musical programme is complemented by a series of narratives on the relationship between weather and the oceans, presented by Prof Paul Hardaker, Chief Executive of the Institute of Physics. Exhibition will be accessible throughout the evening of the recital .
UNEP which overseas the implementation of Agenda 21 and Sustainable development at global level has recognised that Art has a role to play in increasing public awareness. It has stated that the world of Art has always played a critical role in provoking thought and generating dialogue.
"Sue-Claire Morris and Zoe Hudson are engaged in pioneering working to bridge Art and Environment together. I am a great admirer of their educational programme. They have a great vision to serve the Earth through the arts, their commitment, dedication and hard work are truly inspiring" Satish Kumar- Editor of Resurgence and Ecology Magazine- Peace Pilgrim. Programme Director of Schumacher College, Devon-