Eco-Art Competition 2022

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From Ancient Hope
By Sherry Yang
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Division III (Ages 14-18)

Have you ever wondered what leads to environmental problems on Earth? I would say the main causation comes from us human beings. New ideas such as factories, satellites, chemicals, etc. have led to wonderful accomplishment in life, but people have completely ignored the negative impacts of these inventions. Air pollutions, destructions, and viruses are all silently destroying the Earth at every moment. My drawing expresses the idea of ancient Egyptian mural art. Everyone is wishing for new ideas and inventions every day, but we fail to remember the first creation on Earth: planting. In 5,200 B.C., the Egyptians were among the first people to introduce and practice agriculture; they were the most important and original inventors in our history of time. As the mural was shown in my drawing, the Egyptians painted their planting processes. They had used the art forms to express their history and achievement. The space around the mural illustrated the modern world with negative senses. With this idea being informed, we should respect ancient sayings and regather information to renew the Earth in a more sustainable form.