Artist Released Another Painting Part of His ‘Art of California Climate Plan Series’

Michael Killen said, “Chris Field, the famed climate scientist,  suggested I paint the present impact of climate change that everyone can see and feel.”  The result is ‘Extreme Weather: Don’t Need an Elementry School Dip. , To Tell You Way the Weather Is Going’ (6 x 15 feet).

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Michael is focusing on the six strategies of California’s Climate Plan. He welcomes comments and insights, to tell the story of these approaches. michael@killen.com.

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