No Time to Waste.
Calling all artists ages 5-22. Use your creativity to help sustain our world!
Eco-Art Competition 2021.
*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.
In my art you can see a fish eating a clock. The clock represents time, showing that time is running out. The fish is in polluted water showing the harsh reality of how polluted lakes and oceans are today. If we dont act now about the situation it will keep being pushed back for later generations to handle rather than help right now. I don't want it to harm our children by choosing not to act. I hope people will start to realize this and spread awareness or help clean our beaches and oceans. The background of my art has a lot of meaning as well. The water is murky and hard to see through and trash swarms the fish showing what our water actually looks like. I used pastels because they blend well and I thought they would convey my message well. I was effected by just drawing this piece, bringing me to a realization that if we don't do something about this now, it may never get done and I hope that this message gets to the viewers too. Thank you.