Earth Day is tomorrow and Contessa Gallery is getting a head start on celebrating by diving into the world of artist Gilles Cenazandotti (B. 1966) and his eco-friendly artworks. The works are each carefully constructed of debris found from the sea. Each individual piece of plastic used to build his fantastical endangered animals or wall collages is used as they are found by the artist. Not one piece is cut or colored. The erosion found on my of the pieces is strictly from nature. It is incredible to imagine the story each plastic fragment may have: a child's beach toy, a yogurt cup, a lipstick tube, etc. A Washington Post article dated from 2016 reported that scientists estimate there to be more plastic in the ocean than fish by year 2050. Cenazandotti's artworks are on display at our Cleveland Gallery and West Palm Beach Satellite Gallery. They will also be exhibited at Art New York May 3-7 at Contessa Gallery's booth #A309 . Visit our website to find out more about Gilles Cenazandotti and his beautiful artwork (www.contessagallery.com).
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