“Consequences” is the result of a group dialogue that occurred shortly after the major 2011 earthquake in Japan with its resulting tsunami and scare at the nuclear plants. environmental and human consequences. This led to further discussions about the results of positive and negative choices we have observed in the environment. Would there have been different consequences if other paths had been taken?
Each of these original art quilts depicts an environmental consequence. Members of our group focused on the effects of planting seeds, reducing tsunami damage, appreciating a woodpecker’s artwork, and protecting the neurons in our brains. The diverse subjects range from over-population, endangered loons on a lake, to the butterfly effect, and cancerous lung cells. One quilt is a direct rendering of the word “consequences”, another focuses on fitting puzzle pieces together.
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