"Peaceable Kingdom" - EJAC CoLAB
Print- Archival Ink Jet Print on Matte Paper.
Paper size- Available as 8" x 10", 12" x 16", 18" x 24", and 24" x 36" prints
Peaceable Kingdom is the first painting in a series titled ""A World Without Ice", an ongoing exhibition focused on the beauty and fragility of the Earth's ecosystem and Polar Bears in particular.
On August 2nd, "Peaceable Kingdom", a painting by the EJAC CoLAB was destroyed as a metaphor for the plight of the Polar Bears. This is a response to the many beautiful things that will be absent in "A World Without Ice". In creating this ephemeral work of art, we hope to bring attention to the astounding beauty of Polar Bears and to the threatened existence they live as their habitat disappears.
Those things that we find beautiful, we tend to value and protect.
This archival print is of a painting by our in-house group of artists, the EJAC Painting CoLAB.
Original composition by John Teply
John Teply, Gates Callanan, George Lee, Wesley Anne Cook, Joanne Kollman, Jessica Lynn Clark, Rachel Stone, Andromyda Wagerman
Acrylic on wood