Endangered Planet, An Art Exhibit featuring Climate Change Issues.
Endangered Planet Art Exhibit is currently on view at the John O’Lague Galleria in the Hayward City Hall at 777 B Street in Hayward, CA 94541 thru August 11, 2022. It is open to the public From Monday thru Friday from 9am to 4pm. This exhibit has such relevance in today’s world of heat waves, fires, floods and hurricanes.
Due the the warming of oceans, more hurricanes emerge. They can cause extreme damage to buildings, homes, cars and of course any person in its path. High winds can cause downed power line, broken pipes. So severe when it is happening but dealing the damage afterwards can be terrible. We all remember the terrible hurricane, Katrina in 2005.
Maureen Lagenbach takes on how fish need clean water to survive. Many streams, lakes and the ocean suffer from pollution which effects all sea life. This art piece is so cleverly designed and comes complete with its own package. That is, it can be closed up and transported easily.
Ruey Lin Syrop takes on the damage to jelly fish from pollution. The ocean is now becoming increasingly polluted.
many of the works originally displayed at the Sun Gallery. The space is beautifully well lit and a great selection is there for the viewers appreciation and possibly to bring forth some new ideas on how what we can do to stop or at least slow climate change.
Climate Change can cause migration of animals in search of food and water as well as humans seeking refuge from hurricanes, floods and fires.
Again you can see this exhibit at the Hayward City Hall, in the John O’Lague Galleria at 777 B Street in Hayward, CA 94541 from now until August 11 from 9am to 4pm.