Finalists of 2021 EarthX Inspire Through Eco-Art Competition-No Time to Waste.

A huge THANK YOU to all of the talented Eco-Artists who participated. The judging was very difficult since ALL of the entries were such fine works of art from so many talented artists. From this group of Finalists, First Place, Second Place and Honorable Mention will be announced on April 25, 2021 during our Earth Week celebration. Thank you for devoting your creative energies to such a good cause.  We invite you to view ALL the entries here, and to please consider entering the contest in 2022.


Division 1 (Ages 5-9)

Save the Elephant & Their Habitat
Tarrinee Gupta
East Delhi, India

If Our Generation Does Not Do the Impossible, Then the Unthinkable Awaits Us!
Kitik Marfa Valeryevna
Novosibirsk, Russian Federation

We Are for a Clean Planet!
Viktor Kostechko
Grodno, Belarus

Nature Is All that Surrounds Us
Gainullina Azaliya
Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation

Save the Polar Bears and the Arctic
Michael Geiser
Broadview Heights, OH, US

No Time to Waste
Jinghan Chen
El Monte, CA, US

Division 2 (Ages 10-13)

Earth’s Scream
Sehee Kim
Newport News, VA, US

Plastic Inside Us
Anna Ignatenko
Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

Let’s Move to a Fossil Free Future
Aryan Mehta
New Delhi, India

The Statue of Inundate
Thomas Qiu
Vancouver BC, Canada

Melting Down
Zophie Kleparnik Munoz
Quito, Ecuador

Ocean of Plastic
Anna Borodina
Kurgan, Russian Federation

Earth First
Michelle Fiona
Jakarta, Indonesia

Unwelcomed Abundance
Damien Ko
Demarest, NJ, US

Division 3 (Ages 14-18)

The Great Wave of Plastic
Venus Aradhya
Bellevue, WA, US

A Look into the Future
Daniela Macaya
Escazu, Costa Rica

Recycled into Art
Sophia Soisson
Westerville, OH, US

Your Fault
Ginki Marie Saga
Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines

The Virulent Sea
Vanessa Lee
Northvale, NJ, US

Garden of Eden
Orion Yang
Vancouver, BC, Canada

Turn Off the Tap
Camila Wissam Maalouf
Sao Luis, Brazil

Shrinking Ice, Growing Problems
Sharon Choi
Fullerton, CA, US

Division 4 (Ages 19-22)

Suffocation of Our Seas
Clarissa Caslake
Southampton, United Kingdom

Evolution Leads to Destruction
Chencharam Tulasi
Hyderabad, India

Message of Hope
Nurul Eeman Mansor
Shah Alam, Malaysia

Murat Tomiris
Karaganda, Kazakhstan

We Are What We Consume
Gulevich Daria Evgenievna
Kemerovo, Russian Federation

A Cry for Change
Camryn Lipman
New York City,  NY, US

Life Full of Chaos
Sara Bogdan
Hartford, CT, US