Green Art, l’art éco-engagé

Organiser des ventes de charité et des événements culturelles destinées à assurer un complément de financement à la fondation (ex : ventes d’œuvres d’art ou de vêtements de créateurs).

image3 2the term Environmental Art is used in two different senses.
Le terme peut être utilisé généralement pour désigner à l’art lié aux problèmes écologiques et / ou les caractéristiques naturelles, telles que le formelle, la politique, l’historique ou le contexte social.
Il est possible de retrouver l’origine du mouvement de l’art environnemental à la fin des années 60 et au début des années 70. Au départ, il était plutôt associé à la sculpture et s’était construit sur la critique des formes traditionnelles de la sculpture, jugées démodées et peu respectueuses de l’environnement .Aujourd’hui, cette approche de l’art recouvre de nombreux domaines.
Récemment, l’art « durable » est apparu comme une alternative de l’art environnemental ou « green art », considérant que le développement durable représente un challenge pour l’art contemporain pris dans son ensemble.
L’Art végétal est un mouvement artistique regroupant des artistes prenant fait et cause pour le monde végétal et l’ayant incorporé, d’une manière ou d’une autre, à leur propre démarche. Telle pourrait être la définition d’un mouvement artistique qui, en tout état de causes, correspond bien à une réalité actuelle.
C’est aussi dans ce sens que la culture environnementale suggère l’adaptation écologique des sciences humaines aux habitats biophysiques et le déploiement sociologique de l’intérêt des cultures humaines pour le discernement spécifique entre la perception et l’action avec la biosphère d’une part, et la nature et la culture de l’espèce humaine dans la biosphère d’autre part.

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Global Biodiversity Protection aime beaucoup et recommande les oeuvres des peintres James D. Comer, lui même trés engagé dans la lutte pour l’environnement et Mumira artiste du Kenya. Vous découvrerez et pourrez, si vous le souhaitez, acquérir ses créations, à l’adresse suivante:James D. Comer lovearts1@yahoo.com ou Mimira au :

Save Mount Kenya Forest from Extinction Group
P.o. Box 62343-00200, Nairobi, Kenya
TEL: 254723469909,
Email:info.mtkenya@gmail.com

Murima – biography

Mumira is a modern artist born in 1980 and concentrate on figurative paintings exploring various topics. He observes and presents real places and real people in real situations.

Mumira born talented in oil painting started painting at the age of 8 years with his cousin who is also a renowned artist here in Kenya. Mumira paint on medium of oils concentrating on figurative painting exploring diverse topics and pictured with landscaped environment and animals.

He has been exhibiting his arts here in Nairobi and most people have recognized his art both local and foreigners.

James D. Comer – Biography

James attended 3 Universities in Ohio before mastering the art of tele-communication sales and marketing in 70’s Los Angeles, California.  Moving to Arizona in 1978 he began creating, producing and the promotion of special events and projects around greater Phoenix. Among his events were music and arts festivals, Oktoberfests, old west productions, Civil War re-enactments, Convention Bureau entertainment services, Arizona Castle tours and Renaissance marketplace, press parties , stunt shows, Big Band Dance promotions,  hotel theme parties, a Service To Humanity Ball for the Jaycees, Scottsdale’s first Pro-BiCycle racing Grand Prix, and much  more.

 

James also provided public relations services including the World’s largest Private Collection 16 cylinder Classic Cars  auction in Morristown, NJ ; started Old West Productions, James Comer Public Relations, and the American Specialty Advertising Products Company; set up a national Radio record airplay promotions Company; organized a International Computer Brokers network for an Arizona Computer sales Company; produced low-cost radio and tv commercials in New York and Phoenix; created Souvenir programs and contracted other tele-marketing sales and leads programs from his offices. Many events involved fundraising and working with civic organizations .

 

Upon moving to New York City (Queens) in 1991, James began a research and design period whereas he outlined several « American Music Legacies » edutainment show concepts and a Edutainment  Telephon concept (APT). As time goes by James incorporated his American Music legacies series into a broader based « LOVE ARTS CAMPAIGN » ~ Greater Learning and Economic Development Through Arts (available). He also began his pen and ink pop style sketches in the 90’s to illustrate his projects which include important music legends, silver screen moguls and stars and over 2,000 classic film charactures plus 100’s of other designs and montages ~  Food Arts, Fashion Arts, Architectural Arts, more.

 

In 2003 he moved back to his home State of Ohio where he continues to promote the Love Arts project and other issues he believes important and positive for a better tomorrow and the future of our grandchildren. In the last few years in addition to his pop art graphics, James has created several paintings, written two plays – scripts, and also created  four books of his illustrations ( in search of a publisher ) ~ A Love Arts Campaign edition, two Movie works volumes (I. 1895-1949; II. 1950-2005) and a special Fabulous Fifties Movies and Trivia book. Currently James is working on one of his Music-Edutainment Show concepts « Get The Whole World Dancin » and working to promote other great organizations.

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MURIMA – OIL PAINTING & DESCRIPTION
qAFRICA ZEBRA:

Zebra are some of the animals found in Africa especially in savanna, the oil painting depict these animals drinking water.

qAFRICA GIRL FETCHING WATER:

During olden days here in Africa, girls used to perform the work of fetching water, collecting firewood and cooking, this oil painting art depict an African girl fetching water in the river.

qAFRICA LION:

The male lions dominated the jungle here in Africa; they also hunt most of the times, this oil painting depicts an Africa lion manning the jungle against other animals.

qAFRICAN MEN PLAYING DRAFTS

In most cases, men here in Africa during olden days used to grazing cattle’s in the field, and during those hours they spent most time playing draft game. This oil painting depicts these young men playing draft game.

qAFRICAN TRADATION DANCE

In traditional African culture, men used to graze in the field and in most cases they involved themselves with various activities such as playing draft game, hide and seek game, singing and dancing, this oil painting depicts these African men dancing.

qAFRICAN WOMAN COOKING OUTSIDE HER HUT

During traditional African olden days, women were involved with activities such as cooking, fetching water and cultivating on the farms, this art depict an African woman cooking outside her hut.

qAFRICAN WOMAN WITH A CHILD

During traditional African days, women used to stay with children’s at homes where they showed a lot of motherly love, this oil painting depict an African woman with a child.

qCHEETAH HUNTING

Cheetah is one of the fastest animals on earth and they are found in savanna, this oil painting depicts cheetah with it prey.

qELEPHANT CROSSING MARA RIVER

Elephants are strongest and biggest animals found here in Africa in many game reserves, Mara River is found here in Kenya, this oil painting depict African elephant crossing Mara here in Kenya.

qMASAI HERSDMAN

Masai people are found here in Kenya and Tanzania; they live in the plain of Rift valley, they are usually pastoralists. This oil painting depicts a Masai herdsman heading home with his cattle from the field.

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