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Studded with sea debris, these wild paintings are ocean 'portals' © Marie Antuanelle Seeing images and statistics of plastic pollution in our oceans can be a depressing experience. But the tide (haha) may be shifting, and single-use plastics may be finally having it's 'coal moment' as solutions to the big problem are finally emerging. But sometimes, in the middle of our despair and determination about the state of our waters, we also need to be reminded of the raw beauty of the seas. That's where art can come in: whether it's an installation on site, or looking at wonderful works of ocean-inspired art like these by Sydney-based Marie Antuanelle.   © Marie Antuanelle   With an eye on sparking important conversations about marine conservation, Antuanelle's work combines the...

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CREATIVE EMOTION / KALEIDOPRESS by AK AKKAWI - PART 3

CREATIVE EMOTION / KALEIDOPRESS by Ak Akkawi “You need to experiment and understand that different pigments have a different weight and how they will interact with each other. It is not the viscosity but the density of the pigment.”Marie has had a busy year of exhibiting her work, doing commission work and running workshops to teach people how to pour resin.Not too long ago, she finished a group exhibition at the Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour. It was a group exhibition that involved the art societies in Sydney.Before that, she had an exhibition at the Children’s Hospital which also incorporated the works of the children into the exhibition. Marie donates part of her sales to the hospital.“There was no charity in...

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