- Prehistoric cave art paintings that include hand prints were often created by blowing paint around hands pressed on rocks.It’s closing weekend, friends! I’ll be in the gallery on Friday after work from 4:00-6:00pm and on Saturday from 1:00-5:00pm. Please stop by to see Into the Current!Enjoy Trick-or-Treating along Coast Highway between Oceanside Blvd. and Washington St. tomorrow, Saturday, 10/23 starting at 5:30pm! Be sure to stop by the Hill Street Country Club Gallery at 530 S. Coast Highway to get a treat and to see “Into the Current.” Don’t miss Sonora Refillery, my favorite refill shop, and other neighborhood businesses for more Halloween treats. Then, come back on Sunday for Family Fun Day (info below).Let’s Talk Tiny: A Virtual Discussion About MicroplasticsBalloons and tarballs! That’s all.Let’s Talk Tiny: A Virtual Discussion About MicroplasticsWhen released, helium-filled balloons come down as harmful debris. Sadly, I found these three on the beach yesterday, but action is being taken in North County. The Encinitas Environmental Commission will be considering a draft ordinance that will eventually go before the City Council and will the “ban the sale, use, and release of all lighter than air balloons.” Submit comments in support by going to the link in my profile where you will find Surfrider San Diego’s easy-to-use email template. Comments are due by 5:00pm today (Friday, Oct 8). #balloonsblow #balloonsaregarbage banheliumfilledballoons #2minutebeachclean #litterati #marinedebris #shoresweepAn offshore oil operation has leaked 126,000 gallons into the ocean near Huntington Beach. Oil spill response specialists are working to mitigate it, but oil has already reached the marshlands. The beaches are closed and “health officials warned people not to swim, surf, or exercise by the beach because of the potential health hazards, including toxic fumes, which also threaten marine life and other wildlife.” Meanwhile, the mayor called the spill a “potential environmental disaster.”So much fun! Kids learning about and making art with plastic marine debris in the beautiful Hill Street Country Club gallery!!Stop by the gallery at 530 South Coast Highway (Oceanside) in the Linksoul building between 1:30pm and 4:30pm today to see my installation and to enjoy Family Fun Day. Stations for kids of all ages include Nurdle Quest, Scavenger Hunt, Guess the Number, Mystery Plastic, Book Nook, and Creativity Zone. Hope to see you there! #intothecurrent #familyfundayCoastal Cleanup Family Fun DayI am thrilled to be hosting a Virtual Art Talk with my sister and brother-in-law, Judith Selby Lang & Richard Lang, renowned artists who create beautiful works of art using plastic debris found on Marin County beaches.I’ll be in the gallery tomorrow, September 4th, from 12:30pm-4:00pm. Stop by 530 South Coast Highway in Oceanside to see Into the Current! And if want to start your holiday weekend off with a worthwhile activity, please join me at Surfrider’s beach cleanup up just north of the Oceanside Pier from 9:00am-11:00am. The Into the Current installation represents the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in the North Pacific along with the other concentrations of marine debris, which are located in the South Pacific, the North and South Atlantic, and the Indian Ocean. Debris gathers in these five ocean zones due to surface winds and circular currents that act like giant whirlpools that trap plastic detritus. Other pieces on display include Petrol-glyphs, Deer in the Headlights, and much more. #intothecurrent #plasticpollutes #plasticpollution #artivism #litterati #2minutebeachclean #take3forthesea #surfriderfound #shoresweepGallery opening today, August 28th!! Into the Current represents the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in the North Pacific along with the other concentrations of marine debris, which are located in the South Pacific, the North and South Atlantic, and the Indian Ocean. Debris gathers in these five ocean zones due to surface winds and circular currents that act like giant whirlpools that trap plastic detritus. Other pieces on display include Petrol-glyphs, Deer in the Headlights, and much more.
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Even though remote mountain tops appear pristine in scenic photos, microplastics have been found in snow samples taken from the Sierra Nevada, the Alps, and the Pyrenees—and 90% of samples collected in the Rockies contained microplastics. There are things we … Continue reading
When I recently started finding these caps on the beach, I thought that they were from USB drives. However, a recent headline about the life-threatening consequences of vaping made me realize that they are caps for Juul e-cigarette products. In … Continue reading