Invitation to an Exhibition

Johnny Everyman, Our Hour of Darkness – FEMA Flood Map: Chelsea, NY City
acrylic and ink on polyester fabric on lightbox, 52 x 40 inches

Jeff Carpenter

with the collaborative

Johnny Everyman

is in the group exhibition

Twelve artists declare a climate emergency in Earth on the Edge, an exhibition that explores the tipping points of unstoppable climate change.

Ceres Gallery

547 West 27th Street, Suite 201, NY, NY

December 14th – 24th, 2021

opening reception December 16, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

with
M. Annenberg, whose installation documents unreported climate news; Krisanne Baker, with paintings that focus on mutating phytoplanktons; Lois Bender, has endangered corals in mixed media; Walter Brown with abstract plastic sculptures; Noreen Dean Dresser’s burnt offerings; Dr. Nigella Hillgarth, with photographs that examine changing ocean chemistry; Kathy Levine, whose wall reliefs focus on environmental destruction; Angela Manno, whose paintings depict icons of endangered species; Paul Miller, a/ k/a DJ Spooky, has Conceptual posters revealing an Antarctic in peril; Ann R. Shapiro, with computer-generated images about climate chaos; and Simone Spicer, with papier mache bas relief embedded with action figures. The exhibition is curated by M. Annenberg.

Johnny Everyman, Who Needs Regulations ?!* oil on canvas, 90 x 58 inches

https://johnnyeveryman.com

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