Community Artists Niagara’s 8th Annual Green Art Show at Lakeshore Catholic High School featuring the work of students artists from Port Colborne High School and Lakeshore Catholic High School.
PEOPLE’S Green Art CHOICE
Awarded to the artwork receiving the most popular ballots cast by guests throughout the Green Art exhibition.
Winner: Austin Coverdale
Awarded to the artwork making the best use of recycled materials. The materials may or may not be used for new purpose. The material properties of the recycled media are not or very little altered.
Winners: Bailey Pelletier and Phaelen Collins
Awarded to the artwork making best use of upcycled media. The materials are moved “up” the processing cycle to be reused for the same or a new purpose.
Winners: Phaelen Collins and Curtis Rowe
BEST FOUND OBJECT
Awarded to the artwork making best use of a found materials or object. The found materials or object are used on their own or with other materials retaining its basic form but altering its original function.
Winners: Connor Jones and Sabrina Barnes
BEST RESPONSE TO A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE ex. amount of discarded plastics in oceans & lakes
Winners: CeCe Nadeau and Morgan Davies
BEST RESPONSE TO TOPICAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE ex. is Earth’s climate changing or not re: temperature of the Arctic Ocean
Winners: Luke Ferreira and Brooklyn Kettle- Bergstrand
BEST RESPONSE TO LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUE ex. With only 10% of Niagara’s original wetlands intact should they be drained, filled and sold to developers?
Winners: Connor Jones and Meagan Riedke
The show was sponsored by:
City of Port Colborne Environmental Committee
Lake Erie Property Mgmt
Niagara Home Heating
Raw Materials Company
Tri-Comfort Heating And Air
With gift card contributions by another dozen local companies