Thu Apr 21 17:09:16 2011 Pacific Time
Artist Gets Personal With Us When It Comes to Climate Change
PALO ALTO, Calif., April 21 (AScribe Newswire) — Artist Michael Killen has now expanded his Climate Change Art Exhibition to include four paintings, two of which that help us think of our grandchildren and great grandchildren, and two that help the wealthy and the rest of us think about ourselves in the context of climate change. This may be the first time an artist has attempted to relate climate change to our families, and to our station in life.
The art exhibition already included painting inspired by the impact of the changing climate on civilization, the nation, oil and coal workers, animals and plants. Organizations interesting in making this exhibition available to the public or in funding this work should contact Michael@killen.com or 650-327-2312. http://www. Killen.com
Michael Killen is the same person who has released twenty half hour videos climate change issues on Blip TV and and 70 shorter videos on YouTube in the last year, and who will soon release the world’s largest painting on sustainability.
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