Leaving its Mark

Leaving its Mark

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Sculptural response to the research paper titled "Cat Gets Its Tern: A Case Study of Predation on a Threatened Coastal Seabird," Claire Greenwell. Fairy Tern colony was more than decimated by a feral cat, examining the impact of humans and biodiversity, and their role in protecting endangered species. Mixed media sculpture (Polymer clay, acrylic paint, sand, resin)

Leaving its Mark

Barbara Rugg Diehl
by Barbara Rugg Diehl
media: installation and sculpture
year: 2020
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tags: biodiversity , climate grief , ecosystems , education & awareness , wildlife , activism

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