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eco- +‎ artist


ecoartist (plural ecoartists)

  1. A person who uses art to bring about awareness of environmental issues.
  2. A person who uses reclaimed and recycled materials as their media to create art, causing as little damage to the environment as possible.
  3. A person who uses only natural materials found in the environment as their media to create art.


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  1. ^ Kastner, Jeffrey (2005) Land and Environmental Art (Themes and Movements) Phaidon Press →ISBN
  2. ^ Stewlow, Heike, Prigann, Herman and David, Vera (2004) Ecological Aesthetics: Art in Environmental Design: Theory and Practice Birkauser Basel →ISBN
  3. ^ Grande, John k. (2004 ) Art Nature Dialogues: Interviews With Environmental Artists State University of New York Press →ISBN
  4. ^ Kelley, Caffyn (2006) Art and Survival: Paticia johanson's Environmental Projects Islands Institute →ISBN