Scott Denholm is a rapidly emerging and award winning ocean artist, living on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. It was his love of the natural world and previous work which first inspired his art, and also to find ways of making better choices for less impact on the environment. He has gathered a decade of research into The Artist Guide to Eco Friendly Art.
We asked, and you had questions; lots of them! So listen to the conversation and see what changes you can bring to your practice. Which materials make a greener choice? Does it matter what canvas you choose? What else might you want to consider around packaging and marketing? The book has covered a lot of ground and is a thorough guide with links and suppliers and will save you loads of time. So if this is something you have been meaning to look into this is a great start.
While Alice starts by feeling a little guilty that she could be doing more, every decision can add to the impact (or not) we are making so Scott’s advice is just to start with ONE thing… what will be yours?
Buy the book here:https://theartistguide.to/books/artist-guide-to-eco-friendly-art/
(ebook $7US or paperback or buy from Amazon)
Find Scott’s art on his website: scottdenholm.com
Find Scott on Instagram @scottdenholm_oceanart
Andy Goldsworthy video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPDH8yCnlk0
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