Eleventh Hour | Adriana Seserko

Helen Day | 25-Aug-2017
ELEVENTH HOUR - MEET THE ARTIST | Sat 26 Aug @ 2 pm. Saturday 26 August - Monday 11 September 2017. "Whatever befalls the earth befalls the children of the earth. Humanity did not weave the web of life; we are merely a strand in it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves". Chief Seattle 1855.
Venue: Day Fine Art
Address: 27-29 Govetts Leap Rd, www.dayfineart.com
Date: Saturday 26 Aug - Monday 11 Sep. 2017
Time: Meet the Artist Sat 26 Aug, 2-4pm
Web: http://dayfineart.com/exhibitions/adriana-seserko-2/2/
: https://goo.gl/j8u3X2
EMail: info@dayfineart.com
Call: 424842294
Adriana Seserko - Saint Cecil | Triptych - 2017 - 112 x 244 cm - Synthetic polymer paint on linen
Rich, varied, and boundless, the grandeur of our natural world is absolute. One need not journey far to witness its beauty. From the soothing green of a dense moist rainforest, to the majestic and seemingly endless plains of Africa, to the ancient lands accentuated by sinuous eucalypts beneath the blue southern sky, Planet Earth, simply put, is a treasure. It is in fact, our most valuable treasure. For mankind, every facet of life is heavily dependent on the natural world. From the air we breathe, water we drink, food we eat, to the clothes we wear, homes we build, and the energy we burn to fuel our cars and light our cities, the earth provides. These resources however, are not unlimited. Nor is our earth immune to constant and widespread destruction. All species of life depend on elaborate ecosystems and even minuet change can disrupt the fragile balance of nature.

"Whatever befalls the earth befalls the children of the earth. Humanity did not weave the web of life; we are merely a strand in it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves." Chief Seattle 1855

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