Exploring Climate Change through Photorealistic Paintings

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Large scale pastel drawings that document Earth’s shifting landscape and the effects of progressive climate change.
Inspired by her childhood travels, Brooklyn-based Zaria Forman has taken recent trips to places like the NW coast of Greenland- retracing the 1869 journey of American painter William Bradford and documenting the rapidly changing arctic landscape- and Maldives, the lowest-lying country in the world, and arguably the most vulnerable to rising sea levels.

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7 Responses to Exploring Climate Change through Photorealistic Paintings

  1. Tagari says:

    They are.. WOW

  2. MpumiD says:

    Reblogged this on The Blurry Zebra and commented:
    There’s Talent and then there’s this! This is an ability one cannot even label, Keep going Zaria you’re beyond epic! I’m super Jealous though, I can’t lie.

  3. swlothian says:

    They are stunning

  4. stvrsnbrgr says:

    Hard to believe I am looking at paintings here! Beautiful.

  5. Maria says:

    These are phenomenal!!! I can’t believe thay are paintings–they look so real! Stunning!

  6. kainzow says:

    I saw these paintings on DailyMail last year and was very impressed!!
    People were wondering if she can paint other things,of different colours and themes..

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