Sandra Hansen


     Whirling and swirling water tumbles plastics thousands of miles to its new home in one of the many ocean vortexes.  The plastic churns into eternity when it joins the Pacific gyre the size of Texas. It assimilates with its brother and sister plastics, breaking into ever tinier brightly colored bits and pieces. These bits are  a feast for the fish and birds' eyes and tummies. Empty calories and nutritents fill the beasts tummies, starving them to death as they gorge themselves on the exquisite tidbits.

Polyethylene, Acrylic, and Fabric on Canvas

48 x 96 in

$800

Gyre