Sandra Hansen, MFA
When Sandra Hansen became an Eco artist in 2014 she began painting about environmental issues. She then moved to creating art from plastic bags. Sandra wanted to become more environmentally sound in her art practice. In 2015 she fell in love with the magic of creating something translucent from leaves and bark. Handmade paper is completely environmentally sound and can be absolutely gorgeous. Its rich texture and its delicate gauzy effects are amazing. Paper has the ability to bring alive the horrendous problems of water pollution simply by putting plastic bags into the pulp. Paper is exceedingly versital as well and can be used in many multimedia objects and hangings.
Fire and Water
International, Environmental, Mixed Media Artist
Japanese Gampi and acrylic
82 x 34 in
Fire and Water refers to the Cuyahoga River which was once so badly polluted that it caught on fire.
Belongs to Inner Mongolia Art Museum, Hohhot, China.