Our World Is Worth Fighting For

Art Advocating
For Earth

Climate Change Artwork


Climate Change Artwork for Sale


Climate Change Artwork for Your Enjoyment

The Towering Tree

By Kelly Barrow
16" x 20" acrylic painting on canvas captures and expresses this lovely towering tree.

Digital Recycling Art

By Kelly Barrow
This piece was selected for the Portage County "Unwasted Space Project."

The Truck Mockup

By Kelly Barrow
Mockup for a Portage County recycling truck for the "Unwasted Space Project."

Designing for Good is Good Design

As a rule, people do not tend to agree on a lot, but most reasonable people like scientists and researchers are sounding the alarm about climate change and have done so for many years. That does not mean we are done. There has been a lot of research into what the problem is, what caused the matter, and how climate change is and will impact our world.  Researchers believe that artists’ right-brained thinking provides a unique perspective. This website offers art students an opportunity to be a part of the solution. Bringing everyone on board is just what this crisis needs. 

The cost to create art can be expensive. Our goal is to  establish the Gallery (under development) that will allow artists to sell their work. Sometimes it is easy to feel small, especially when looking at huge matters like the environment. Our power is limited, but that does not mean it is inconsequential. 

This website accepts images of climate change art from artists within 125 miles. Our target populations include high school and college students. The idea is to get student artists to start thinking about how they can make the world a better place. 

There have been worldwide collaborations, like the Paris Climate Accord. Art has been front and center at these collaborations. Participating in global climate change awareness is not only a responsible thing to do, it is an opportunity for artist share their work and has the potential to generate income, develop contacts while learning about what other artists are doing. 

Some of the artists making a living creating art pertaining to climate change include: David Buckland, Xavier Cortado, Zaria Forman, Antony Gormley, Peter Kennard, Pedro Marzaroti, Nazhia Mestaui, Elsa Munoz, John Sabrow, and Camille Seaman. The button below provides a link to these artist’s website. As we learn about more climate change artists, their information and the links will be updated.

By purchasing student art, you will be creating an opportunity for a budding artist to make a difference by exploring altruistic artwork. It is also very possible, that you are opening the door to a student’s future that will change the world.  

This all may sound a little dramatic, but imagine the possibilities that could come by simply encouraging students to expand their parameters and consider that they have a bigger role to play in the future than they may have thought. Please consider using student art in your home or office.

Any special requests?

Are you looking for anything in particular? Contact us and we will do our best to help you find it or make the introductions for you to commission an artist to create it.

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All the proceeds from the store go directly to student artists. Your purchase enables artists to continue to use their media to advocate on behalf of Earth.

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