No Time to Waste.
Eco-Art Competition 2021.

Calling all artists ages 5-22. Use your creativity to help sustain our world!

*Submissions received must be in English

* Due to U.S. regulations, cash prizes awarded outside of the United States are subject to review and may not be eligible for cash award.

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The Time Is Now
By Sephina Vogiatzaki
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2021 - Division II (Ages 10-13)

In my artwork, I have drawn a whale representing a Lotus in the midst of plastic and rubbish. The whale represents a Lotus because, a Lotus lives in musky and dirty environments yet it is always beautiful no matter what. The whale is jumping by , once a lovely island that penguins and mermaids and all sorts of creatures used to inhabit, but now they’ve all gone they could no longer live in that sort of environment because it changed, it became dirty and grey. The animals on the island soon started to leave, after seeing their friends and family eat plastic, get caught up in it and potentially hurt them self or pass away. The whale is there migrating to the other side of the world, to a better place. But the question is, is there a better place if we continue to destruct our planet with such ignorance. I have also drawn the Sun with its rase shining down on the whale and the island, stripped across it is the words “No Time To Waste. I have used lots of collage and mix media, painting and still life. I used all these things, to bring affect and dignity to my peace. some people say it’s the small things that count to change the world, but it’s not anymore. It’s the big corporations, the ones who package their goods with plastic. Yes all the difference counts, but sometimes we need the bigger government polices. We are guests on this planet, we must treat it with respect.