Climate Change Art.
Contemporary art addresses the issues of the present.
Artists of the respective epoch reflect – in their very individual way – what moves and inspires people and what they experience, think and feel.
The topics of the 21st Century are very diverse, however, the man-made Global Climate Change is certainly most significant because it is about human survival.
Today -2022- the signs do not point to relaxation. On the contrary.
The spiral of the impact of climate change turns faster and faster, events overlap, so that the focus is always on other things.
A distraction that future generations will pay for?
And we should not complain – the extremes are the mirror of our way of life!
Yes, there has always been Climate Change… but not at this speed!
With my Climate Art I give nature a face.
The faces create attention to the wonderful beauty of nature.
They are sometimes thoughtful, observant, or surprised.
They are friendly, but also fearful. At times also angry, disappointed and stunned.
Some works do not show a face, they have symbolic power.
What emotions would you have if you were nature?
Sink into contemplation and develop your very own thoughts!
Magical: Fern forests, often unnoticed
What would the fern tell us if it could speak?
Guardian of the Teide Volcano (Tenerife)
At the foot of Mount Teide in Tenerife, Spain.
Surprised in Neander Valley
What might this particular Neandertaler be telling us?
Safe the bees!
Bees – guarantors of the diversity of our nature. Remember!
Friendly bush in forest
Inconspicuous nature transformed into a magical work of art.
A friendly HELLO from the moss!
Mosses love damp corners in the forest and always delight us with their rich green natural carpet.
All dizzy from the weather
Not so easy to survive the weather turbulences… somehow I’m also already squinting.
Secrets of the Breitachklamm, Bavaria, Germany.
Nature is lush, full of undiscovered things. Infinitely nature will exist. With or without us.
Is the sun looking at the flowers?
Well, too much water, too little water. Does the sun look at the flowers, or the flower at the people?
Look forward to
works of art!