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Echinacea purpurea Artwork

Liliana Folta

United States

Mixed Media, Acrylic on Wood

Size: 16 W x 16 H x 1.5 D in

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Echinacea purpurea (Purple coneflower) 2 ft. - Blooming time July/Sep. - Full sun - most soil well-drained During the spring of 2021 I was inspired by an organization that makes gardens and meadows for biodiversity. I joined the opportunity to research and learn about the importance of planting native plants for pollinators, so they can continue the natural process of the ecosystem. There is an urgent need to practice sustainable gardening and I want to be part of a better future by inspiring private gardeners, urban parks, schools, churches and businesses with large green spaces to plant native plants. Exotic plants sold in nurseries do not support pollinator diversity. Habitat loss, climate change, toxic pesticides and disease are the main causes of the decline of living organisms; bees, butterflies, other insects and birds are endangered, declining in numbers and have an unpredictable future. Mega green gardens, however manicured they may appear, do nothing to help the ecosystem, as most are maintained with pesticides. The circles represent the natural process of the ecosystem. The flowers portrays some of the native plants needed by pollinators. I reuse materials, such as glass from previous projects, recycled chocolate paper, genuine stones and found objects. The work is painted with acrylic on paper and mounted on birch wood.

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Mixed Media:Acrylic on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:16 W x 16 H x 1.5 D in

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Born in Argentina - 1960 - I left my country in times of military repression and lived in Puerto Rico, Berlin Germany and in the US. From 2009 to 2015 I resided in the historic neighborhood of Fort Point, the oldest artist community in Boston. In Berlin I had my studio from 2015 to 2019 and during my stay in the most diverse city in Europe, I had the great opportunity to get involved in the multicultural environment by exhibiting my artworks, renewing my creativity and producing new works. My experiences is in constant discoveries that lead to continue investigating a new world of ideas to implement with a variety of media of my interest. The essence of my multidisciplinary artwork is related to personal experiences - especially my childhood in Argentina - social-political issues and the environmental crisis, which is my current topic. I materialize these concepts in ceramic sculptures, paintings and mixed media installations. Occasionally I implement personal items and recycled materials. The process is partly spontaneity and evolves by connecting ideas and resources, as well as what the subconscious has saved throughout my life. The inspiration that evolves in unique ways are situations, places and connections with different cultures that put me on the path of new challenges.

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