necklace made from orange crate found on Eleuthera Beach
My beach plastic friend and colleague Pam Longobardi, a Professor of Art at Georgia State University, has curated this gorgeous, inspired and heartbreaking digital show featuring a body of work from leading international artists who use plastic pollution (mainly of the oceans) by plastics like flip-flops, netting, rope, bottles, etc. in every color of the rainbow in their art. This digital stream was first exhibited at The Fifth International Marine Debris Conference in Hawai, and shows the nature of waste as seen with an eye for beauty and conceived with a gift of expression….
Barbi no longer does Miami. Barbara moved back north to her home near NYC. This makes her very happy.... She still produces and designs books and contributes to the fight against not only environmental pollution but also the mental pollution that is sweeping the USA. Stay tuned for more blogs now that Miami has been done!