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Artist Asher Jay highlights the ocean crisis, poaching and conservation through art : TreeHugger

Artist Asher Jay highlights the ocean crisis, poaching and conservation through art

New York-based Artist Asher Jay is prolific when it comes to creating art that aims to highlight ecological crisis and the need for conservation. Her latest work focus on ocean life and will be on display at the American Museum of Natural History.

Animal Conservation. We have to try to save these animals and their environment…

"Jayme - this is for you! Zebra Barcode Art Print by Sassanfilsoof in B.

Detail of William Fox Building, 1930's Art Deco  1929 by architect Samuel Tilden Norton, 608 S. Hill Street downtown LA  Take on the LA Conservancy Art Deco Tour

⌖ Architectural Adornments ⌖ ornate building details - Detail of William Fox Building, Art Deco 1929 by architect Samuel Tilden Norton, 608 S. Hill Street downtown LA Take on the LA Conservancy Art Deco Tour

Art as a Weapon Against Poaching! Asher Jay Takes on the Illicit Wildlife Trade

Art as a Weapon Against Poaching! Asher Jay Takes on the Illicit Wildlife Trade

Artist, Asher Jay, has made raising awareness about wildlife poaching and the need for conservation her life's mission.

From ancient lost civilisations to modern conservation art, explore the world's most breathtaking (and quirky) underwater statues and sculptures.

10 Breathtaking Underwater Statues and Sculptures

From ancient lost civilisations to modern conservation art, explore the world's most breathtaking (and quirky) underwater statues and sculptures.

Lorenzo Duran's leaf art helps raise environmental awareness for issues like CO2 emissions & deforestation in Brazil

Cut Leaf Illustrations for ‘Plant for the Planet’. A wonderfully executed ad campaign by Legas Delaney for Plant for the Planet, using cut leaves symbolizing their ability to absorb

Art at the Dump: The Artist in Residence Program and Environmental Learning Center at Recology documents the twenty-five year history of the art and education program at Recology, San Francisco’s provider of collection, recycling, disposal, and composting

Art at the Dump: The Artist in Residence Program and Environmental Learning Center at Recology documents the twenty-five year history of the art and education program at Recology, San Francisco’s provider of collection, recycling, disposal, and composting

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