Oil with gold and copper leaf on canvas
34 x 38 inches
The paintings of Kay Jackson, an artist based in Washington, D.C., address a wide range of environmental concerns including overpopulation, pollution, loss of habitat, and endangered species. In this painting, industrial architecture becomes a symbol for pollution and human interaction with the environment. By using gold and copper leaf under the paint, the artist alludes to the use of the Earth's elements to convey a message that is both mournful and intriguing.
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