Rising Water

 

By building into fragile ecosystems,
we put our cities in harms way.
Nature has created its own systems
and building infrastructure
interferes with that. As we
adversely impact the environment
there is a strong counter reaction.
Coastal cities are partially
submerged by rising waters and
floods.

Algae Oil on Metal Panel, 30″ x 30 “2017

Sea Monster – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2016

Sea Sand and Sludge – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2017

Toxic River 1 panel of 6 – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2017

Toxic River 2 – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2017

Toxic River 3 – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2017

Toxic River 3 – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2017

Toxic River 4 – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2017

Toxic River 6 – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2017

Toxic Bloom – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2017

Marsh – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2017

Flood wave – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2018

Red Lagoon – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2016

Cesspool – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2016

Sea Monster 4 – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Metal Panel, 2016

Road Cut – 30″ x 30 “, Oil, Mixed Media, Gel on Panel 2016

Peninsula – 30″ x 30 “, Oil, Mixed Media, Gel on Panel 2016

Sand Accretion – 30″ x 30 “, Oil, Mixed Media, Gel on Panel 2016

Tidal Waves – 30″ x 30 “, Oil, Mixed Media, Gel on Panel 2016

Tsunami – 30″ x 30 “, Oil, Mixed Media, Gel on Panel 2016

Neon Isle- 30″ x 30 “, Oil, Mixed Media, Gel on Panel 2016

Blue – 30″ x 30 “, Oil, Mixed Media, Gel on Panel 2016

Under the Seas – 30″ x 30 “, Oil on Canvas, 2014

Algae Bloom – 30″ x 30 “, Oil, Mixed Media, Gel on Panel 2016