“What if we ascribe to the philosophy that we are all interconnected? That there is an intelligence far greater than humans at work? What if the virus was actually an awakening from Mother Nature—a start to the decade so raw, so painful, so unforgettable, that it uprooted humanity from its mindless habits—galvanizing each individual to collectively reset, reflect, and sow the seeds of change.
If we just paused for a moment to observe the world around us, we would not be able to ignore the damage we are incurring on our planet. Melting glaciers, rising sea levels, and scorching heatwaves are already driving many species to extinction, and these damages are only increasing over time. The silver lining is: if human influence is the cause of climate change, we can also be the drivers of reversing it.” — Claudia Cheng, Curator
Paula Crown Atelier is pleased to participate in Art She Says newest online exhibition “The Nature of Women” from March 8 – April 8, 2021. Premiering on International Women’s Day, this exhibition features 9 sensational artists whose works explore the ways in which women relate to Mother Nature. These works weave together the human psyche, the female identity, and our place in nature, revealing the interdependence between us and our planet. Perpetually evolving, growing, protecting, cultivating, expanding, and unifying: women are the threads of our social fabric, and we have the power and the responsibility to save our planet.
This exhibition will support The Nature Conservancy, one of the most effective and wide-reaching environmental organizations working to create a world where people and nature can thrive.
Link here to view this exhibition and learn more.