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Water&'s Creative Endeavors

At Water&, we believe art is a powerful medium to express the importance of Water equity and Water protection around the world, whether it be through paintings, sculptures, or poetry.

We are proud to present the beginnings of Water&'s original artwork gallery, created by our very own team members. Take a look!

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PFAS Sculpture

by: Aubree Frost, Artistic Director

This sculpture was constructed with clay and wire. It mimics the dynamic scene of Water flowing from a cup and falling on a table... The wire detailing at first glance is a delicate shimmer, but at a closer look, the audience can see metal interpretations of the PFA chemical compound. 

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Pointillism Art

by: Aubree Frost, Artistic Director

This pointillism project is a statistical statement illustrating the dire circumstances people face in their access to Water security. Each dot signifies 400,000 people struggling with this access, there are 500 dots amounting to a cumulative 2 billion people... As an organization Water& understands the power of art and the conversations that art can bring.

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She is Water

A poem by Kaylin Lemajeur, Director of Research & Written Expression

In this poetry video, we express that Water should be respected and protected as the nurturer of life, rather than as a commodity to be bought and sold.

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G is for Groundwater

In Celebration of World Water Day 2022

Poem by Kaylin Lemajeur

Video & Visuals by Aubree Frost

This piece highlights the importance of appreciating Water as our most necessary element and the pollution of it by PFAS and TCE.

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'Duckworth'

by: Aubree Frost, Artistic Director

This sculpture is a supplement to Water&’s endorsement of Senate Bill 914, first introduced by Senator Tammy Duckworth. The structure is formed with raw materials including real dead flowers. The dichotomy of dead and alive shows the flow of changes for the sake of Water and, by extension, people....

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