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Climate Change gallery

ink on mylar painting of abstracted coatline

From Micro/Macro 2014, Ink on Mylar

Arctic Bride: Wedding gown with green and dark growth

The Arctic Bride Mixed Media Installation 2017

Ink painting on mylar or abstacted melting ice

From the series Micro/Macro, 2014 Ink on Mylar

sculpture in fused plastic on tubes

Core, Drill, Spill 2014 Mixed Media by Michele Banks, Jessica Beels and Ellyn Weiss

Fabric Installation going from light and smooth to dark and tangled

Waning Albedo, 2014 By Michele Banks, Jessica Beels and Ellyn Weiss Textile Installation

Wall of protists made of lab glassware

Protista Borosilicata 2014 Mixed media installation with lab glassware

Petri Dishes with watercolor and glue

Culture Dishes: Soil 2014 Mixed media with watercolor, petri dishes on aluminum panels

In 2014, Michele Banks created an exhibition called “Voyage of Discovery” with two other artists, Ellyn Weiss and Jessica Beels. They used a variety of media to look at effects of climate change in the Arctic. One of their goals was to show effects at levels ranging from the microscopic to the geological, and you can see that in “Culture Dishes”, a mixed-media piece inspired by changes in the soil bacteria as the earth warms.

Voyage of Discovery was hosted at the Headquarters of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the McLean Project for the Arts 

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