marine debris Veröffentlicht am Juni 8, 2015 von sirpamononen (acrylic on plastic air cushion) known to be the cause of injuries and deaths of numerous marine animals and birds, they become entangled, they mistake it for prey, eat it as well as we do. together, we can work towards a clean, healthy ocean planet. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInTumblrPinterestGefällt mir:Like Wird geladen … Ähnliche Beiträge
Dear Sirpa, yes, it’s so important to work for all this! How good that you engage yourself with your art for it!!!!!!!
yes! it is a global problem, everyday’s problem, everyone’s problem! most of all it’s a preventable problem! thank you so much, dear friend.
Very meaningful, Sirpa. Love your artwork. 🙂
i’m so glad you feel the same way 🙂
heartfelt thanks for your appreciation ❤
Sirpa, that is great that you point out this problem and envolve it in your art!
well markus…about creating awareness about marine debris and plastic pollution through art…it was kind of a reminder for myself…this work is hanging in the entrance of my flat now…as a „forget me not“
That is Great to have such a reminder because it helps. Of anybody of us would have One for a certain Problem, there would be much more awareness for all this problems. Great job, Sirpa
Beautifully put important message, Sirpa! And a great reminder that we all can and should do our little piece to keep oceans clean. I love that you painted your wonderful flowers on this material.
thank you! within the past 100 years, plastics have made their horrible way into our lives and also into our ecosystems. so this is a modern and recent problem. there are things we can do, individually and collectively, to reverse the impacts…even if it’s made on a small scale, on a micro level in our everyday life. it’s not too late to do something about this man-made mess!!!
Toivon etta kesasi meni hyvin ja etta kaikki on ok. Olitko Lapissa?
Incredible, these words 🙂
This subject is a terrible one…
And your last picture an incredible one:
Very impressive art!
being reminded about the scope of plastic pollution can be so discouraging, even depressing, but that’s not my goal…instead of that i want to help myself (maybe other people, too) to confront the problem by presenting it in a story of flowers, on plastic 😉
humankind has certainly imposed its footprint on this landscape, but we have not ruined it completely, yet!!
(the last picture is not made by myself)
We will not be able to do that…even with atomic bombs…
There is going to be another kind of beings after the Dinosaur and the Humans!
true and realistic words, but not really motivating each other for the all-out effort!
There is no one on earth (any longer), able to motivate me (any further), besides my beloved mother nature…
genuine words…you’re so right. nobody (except the mother nature) can motivate really, rather demotivate…
Most of the people are absolutely great in demotivating 😦
So lovely flower patterns… 🙂
i love patterns, the meditativeness within and while painting them 🙂
I also love patterns, especially in mathematics (geometry) and music 🙂
must be fantastic! but out of my reach 😦
There are lovely blues patterns in Jazz and in the sometimes almost mathematical music of Philip Glass one can find very slowly shifting patterns of incredible beauty 🙂
oh, i’d love to see and feel that!!
I know, but you are right, because it’s such an amazing extraordinary sensation…
Is there an intrinsic meaning for them to be 36 equals 4 times 9? 🙄
i’m the born „intuitive worker“, so the number of flowers wasn’t chosen consciously. eventhough it was „a blessing“ in disguise… for the harmony of the nature. *smile*
So it was a little talk with mother nature…and she manipulated a bit your working intuition…neat, cute *smile*
yes i suppose so…how lovely of the mother nature *smile*
One of her most beloved places must be way up there, I am sure 🙂
what a beautiful thought you’ve developed…this’ll raise a divine ☀ smile at mother nature’s face, for sure…and me, i’m all smiles, too!
talk to her a little longer, give her some words on your future plans, so she can help you a bit in realizing them very very healthily *morning-smile*
so lovely words, with a redeeming quality …*daydream-believer-smile*
a daydream-believer-smile must be able to open a portal for you to be able to transport yourself almost immediately to your heartland of eternal dreams: the northern part of suomi…
that happened, already…my mind is overthere…only my slow body is still awaiting…
…the big blue bird to take you there 🙂
Liebe Sirpa, das wundervoll geht mir bei Deinen Arbeiten leicht von der Hand. Deine Blumen auf dem Kunststoff, der durch Deine Rettung nicht den Weg ins Meer gefunden hat, in dem Du vielleicht grad tauchst um mit den Schwärmen zu reden. Sonnige Grüße Volker
wenn du die unterwasserschönheit einmal erlebt hast, ist es schier unerträglich, die gigantischen müllstrudeln in großen strömungswirbeln der ozeane zu sehen, oder die geisternetze, die grausamen fallen für meeresbewohner und auch für die „fischeflüsterer“ 😉 volker, dir auch ganz liebe grüsse
Aw…an important message presented in solemn beauty.
thank you for your moody words for my upcycling vision of a better world 🙂
Hi, Sirpa, You haven’t got lost in the fairy world in the meantime 😦 ???
In the meantime I have chosen you with others for my favorite blog award.
You can find more information about it here :https://pawlo.wordpress.com/2015/09/01/noch-ein-liebster-blog-awardanother-blog-award/
my very dear and wonderful artistic-creative friend! thank you very much, so lovely of you!
all the nominations, which i used to get, made me any time a bit confused and i never regarded them. honestly, that is not my world. i rather leave my place for someone, who really loves to get one, if you don’t mind… me, i just want to keep on painting, to the best i can do. i hope, that these words aren’t hurtful. yours ❤ sirpa
How nice to hear from you again!
I understand you very well!
I won’t look for anyone else in your place, though!
All the best, Petra
thank you so much, for your insightful words, dear petra. sirpa