Námafjall in Iceland, a huge geothermal area, with many boilling mudpools and craked ground. You can smell here the odors from the center of our Earth Some fragile plants manage to survive in this hostile environment...
Incredible photograph! Wow. I am a curator at Infinity Art Gallery and I would like to invite you to submit your work for our upcoming exhibition! I hope you will consider it.
DEADLINE: Jan 1st
Lay of the Land: The Terrain of the 21st Century:
Lay of the Land focuses on the vital role land and terrain play in the biodiversity of an ecosystem. It approaches the landscape of the natural world as a platform to document the current environmental crises facing us, nationally and internationally.
Our environment and the world are in constant flux with climate change, pollution, and natural disasters. Throughout the 20th and 21st century, the calls to action for land and wildlife preservation and ultimately sustainability have altered our landscapes.
How do we accurately depict cityscapes or urban landscapes with the growth of trash heaps in major cities? Do artists ignore the oil tanks on the horizon of the ocean when painting? Are warning and information signs from nature preserves or botanical gardens in artist’s drawings of birds or plants?