Into the DeepStephen Maine
In her synecdochic paintings of the restless surfaces of rivers, lakes and seas, Fredericka Foster construes water in motion as all that is vital to the living world. Those surfaces—whether turbulent, languid, or something between—recede into pictorial space as the viewer’s eye moves from the bottom edge of the painting toward the top, exerting a dynamic counterpoint to the picture plane itself. But whatever the character of the waves, ripples and eddies that fill the frame, they are... + Read More
Carter Ratcliff - An Aqueous Cosmology: The Art of Fredericka FosterCarter RatcliffRhythms fill Fredericka Foster’s paintings of water. Or that is what I am tempted to say after a glance around a roomful of her paintings. Then, when I focus on a single canvas and look for its defining pattern, I see none—no equivalent to the strict regularities of a Minimalist grid or an Op Art design. In short, no rigidity. These are pictures of flow, of current and cross-current. Their rhythms are liquid, which is to say: the moment a rhythm begins, it reaches beyond itself. To see... + Read More
This movie shows the steps involved in bringing water to life on the canvas.
Article 31: Take Action
Everyone has the right to clean and accessible water, adequate for the health and well-being of the individual and family, and no one shall be deprived of such access or quality of water due to individual economic circumstance.
Irena Salina's award-winning documentary investigation into what
experts label the most important political and environmental issue of
the 21st Century - The World Water Crisis.
with scientists and activists intelligently reveal the rapidly building
crisis, at both the global and human scale, and the film introduces
many of the governmental and corporate culprits behind the water grab,
while begging the question "CAN ANYONE REALLY OWN WATER?"
World Economic Forum Ranks Water Crises as Top Global Risk Brett Walton - Circle of Blue
More than nuclear weapons or a global disease pandemic, impairments
to water supplies and punishing cycles of flood, drought, and water
pollution are now viewed by heads of state, nonprofit leaders, and chief
executives as the most serious threat to business and society.
For the first... + Full Story