Artist Who Helps Climate Scientists Now Ready to Help Oceanographers

Michael Killen has joined Don Quixote to the battle with climate change, to help the scientists be heard.  He says, “I have determined how to add fine art to the battle with ocean acidification.  All that is needed is a patron who recognizes that the scientists need help and who has confidence that I can make a  painting that will help Congress and other centers of power take note.”

Michael made “Sustainability” (24 x 5 ft) at the request of NASA. Michael@killen.com.

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2 Responses to Artist Who Helps Climate Scientists Now Ready to Help Oceanographers

  1. Janet says:

    Great information Michael! Keep up the good work. Janet

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