Ruth Wallen

  • Dew Collector, 2011
  • If Frogs Sicken and Die, What Will Happen to the Princes?
  • If Frogs Sicken and Die, What Will Happen to the Princes? bus poster 9"x26"
  • Are We Willing to Heed the Cry of the Dying Oaks, Cascading Memorials, 78"x30"
  • Cascading Memorials: Urbanization and Climate Change in San Diego County, 2012
  • Cascadling Memorials: Urbanization and Climate Change in San Diego County, 2012
  • View Points, an installation at Tijuana River Estuary, 1995
  • Vernal Pool, from Carmel Mountain Interpretive Panels, 20"x30" 2006
  • postcards from Preserving Paradise: Suburbia, Sustainability and Climate Change, 2007
  • Preserving Paradise: Suburbia, Sustainability and Climate Change, 2007

My artwork is dedicated to promulgating an ecological ethic and the healing, renewal, and long-term vitality of ecological systems.  Trained in both the arts and sciences, my practice is interdisciplinary by nature.  I believe that culture plays a most significant role in the creation of an ecologically sustainable future.

I aim to create work that touches the heart while challenging the mind, engendering sensual involvement while encouraging creative thinking. Through the development of new metaphors, narratives, frameworks and dialogues, I hope that my work can play an integral role in healing ecosystems and providing visions for the future.

 

 

 

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    • 3315 31st.
    • San Diego CA 92104

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