is a new form of artistic expression,
where the image tells a story about local natural ecosystems or
the planetary environment, and the title of the image explains
that story in depth, as shown below. These stories are to express
the concept of "Whole Planet Awareness" or in
the French language, "Conscience Planète Entière."
Title: "This is NOT a drill--A double pun, based on the 'This is not a Pipe' paintings by Rene Magritte, titled "The Treachery of Images" plus his "This is Not an Apple" and his "This is a Piece of Cheese" paintings, my painting title is to remind us that life is never a drill, it is always the real thing."
Inkjet image on paper, glued to canvas, 4" x 5". Painting #61 in catalogue. Copyright image and text © 2017 by Craig Carlton Dremann, all right reserved.
(Close up view)
Title: "You are here, your dot pointed
out with an arrow -- and two million dots, representing two million
humans -- which is only about 1/4 of the total that currently
live around me in the San Francisco Bay Area, and I wanted to
represent the billions of us on the planet, but that would require
3,500 more canvases of this size to have a dot for each human
alive today, the most numerous large animal on the planet today."
Inkjet image on paper, glued to canvas, 24" x 30". Painting #62 in catalogue. Copyright image and text © 2017 by Craig Carlton Dremann, all right reserved.
Title: Painting in progress
Acrylics on canvas, 8" x 10".
Painting #63 in catalogue. Copyright image and text © 2017
by Craig Carlton Dremann, all right reserved.
PART ONE of Planetarian artwork, http://www.ecoseeds.com/art.html
MORE ARTWORK, ceramics at http://www.ecoseeds.com/sacred.html
WILDFLOWER photography at http://www.ecoseeds.com/wild.html
HAIKU of native plants at http://www.ecoseeds.com/haiku.html
VEGETATION MEGATRANSECT at http://www.ecoseeds.com/megatransect.html
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