Thursday, September 30, 2010
During the B.P. oil spill in the southern gulf coast regions, I was travelling to Asia with my three children. Everyday I would get on a computer to follow more about this man made disaster. The ocean rescue images surrounding birds were so moving to my heart. I feel I can not get away from their voice in my conscious. After kids went back school and I returned to my art studio. My heart still leads me to the voice. Here are some of the images that came to me. When these birds face the ecological damage and continually pay the price of their lives and wellbeing, I know they would like to say to human: STOP! Stop the deep water drilling. Let the sea and its animal above and below have a safe environment. Although they do not have a voice of power, can we hear their sigh? Partial of these artworks will be displayed at Coleman Senior Center, 415 E. Webster St., Coleman, Michigan from Oct. 6 to Nov. 17, 2010, and partial of the digital artworks will be displayed at Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, 107 W. Fifth St., Los Angeles, California from Nov. 11 to Dec. 4, 2010.