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'Silent Spring: Tide Pool in Peril', a collaborative 22x30 watercolor by Helen Klebesadel and Mary Kay Neumann, will be a part of'Science Inspires Art: OCEAN' an Exhibit of Art & Science Collaborations Inc.

Science Inspires Art: OCEAN Exhibition

New York Hall of Science
Corona, NY 11368
September 16 - December 31, 2017
Reception Sunday, October 1, 2017 3:00-5:00
'Silent Spring: Tide Pool in Peril series, a collaborative 22x30 watercolor by Helen Klebesadel and Mary Kay Neumann, will be a part of' Science Inspires Art: OCEAN' an Exhibition of Art & Science Collaborations™ Inc. (ASCI). Science Inspires Art: OCEAN Exhibition, Facing climate change and acting to mitigate it requires collective efforts across the planet. In this communal spirit, artists Mary Kay Neumann and Helen Klebesadel have come together to create The Flowers Are Burning: An Art and Climate Justice Exhibition. This work, ‘Silent Spring’ is part of the Tidepools in Peril Series, that is among works in the exhibition that is actually a co-painted and collaborative created watercolor depicting a fantasy expression of tidepools in peril. The artists seek to contribute to dialogues seeking to use their art to inspire action to help the Oceans.