Teen Art Council Art Scene, Smoke and Water: A Living Painting, April 30, 2016 at North Carolina Museum of Art
Beginning with a series of video conferences and including their participation in creating the site specific wall painting, The Teen Art Council
was asked to independently generate a list of their top ecological concerns from which I selected visual motifs and then created
silkscreens of each. We then printed these five images onto squares of canvas. We invited participants in mixing colors of their choice to
add their own layer of paint to these patterns, which were displayed with the paintings of gathered statements from those impacted by coal
ash pollution and the Wilmington installation.
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