Original artwork description:

Painted at sunset during the 2018 summer heatwave. Fuel tanks reflect the sun set colours. Economic reliance on fossil fuels, combined with unrestrained economic growth, are the recipe for irreversible damage to the ecosystems of this planet.
A series of social commentaries through coastal urban oil paintings of Plymouth, painted in situ/ plein air on the Southwest coast path at Cattedown, featuring fossil fuel tanks. Fossil fuel emissions are a major contributor to climate change.

Materials used:

Oils on plywood panel

Tags:
#climate change #social commentary #urban seascape 
Anthropocene heatwave (2018)
Oil painting
by Heidi Green

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Original artwork description
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Painted at sunset during the 2018 summer heatwave. Fuel tanks reflect the sun set colours. Economic reliance on fossil fuels, combined with unrestrained economic growth, are the recipe for irreversible damage to the ecosystems of this planet.
A series of social commentaries through coastal urban oil paintings of Plymouth, painted in situ/ plein air on the Southwest coast path at Cattedown, featuring fossil fuel tanks. Fossil fuel emissions are a major contributor to climate change.

Materials used:

Oils on plywood panel

Tags:
#climate change #social commentary #urban seascape 
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I've studied ceramic design, printmaking and education. I started oil painting as a child. Painting on location gives me a strong sense of connection to the place. I paint to explore and share... Read more

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