Art lovers rejoice!
Between now and September 30, 2015, you can support EcoViva through art.
Visual artist and EcoViva supporter Kappy Wells is showing her work at The San Francisco Gallery in San Francisco, California. Using sheetrock, charcoal, and a matte knife, Wells has drawn and carved visually astounding images of calving Greenland glaciers, which she witnessed on a trip last year with her son and two University of California scientists. Wells wanted to display her artwork in the hope that it would help build awareness about climate change.
Proceeds from art sales will be divided evenly in thirds between the artist, the gallery, and Tides [Foundation], with the Tides portion distributed among Rivers Without Borders, California Environmental Justice Alliance, and EcoViva.
View the catalog of “Time/less: Kappy Wells on Warming” here.
If you reside in the Bay Area, you can view the exhibition in person at The San Francisco Gallery at 441 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94111, now through September 30. The gallery is open Tuesday – Friday 11am – 6pm and Saturday 12pm – 5pm.