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Art for Earth's Sake: The Millennium Project

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Eco-Art (land art) Retrospective Catalogue - "In 1991 the Kingston Artists' Association [now Modern Fuel Gallery] launched a ten year project entitled Art for Earth's Sake: The Millennium Project. Each year until 2000 C.E. a small group of new works, unrestricted as to discipline, was presented in a landscape setting outside the confines of a gallery [at the Little Cataraq ...more
Published 2003 by Kingston Artists' Association Inc.
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Jun 01, 2021 rated it really liked it
I wish I'd been in Kingston at the time the art was live. It would have been much better than a picture. I'm glad the works have been saved in this format at the very least as all but one have returned to nature. ...more
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Mar 21, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Art for Earth's Sake: The Millennium Project I am an eco-artist featured in this art retrospective catalogue - see portfolio at Artists submitted proposals relating to the theme, 'reintegration with nature' - My piece is "Crown of Thorns" an installation of fallen tree boughs, maple tree, sisal, metal wire and pieces of glass. In this art exhibition catalogue, my work is described as: "A mature, open growth Sugar Maple was surrounded by a barrier of fallen boug ...more
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