Be the Solution to Pollution 
By: Bridget Robertson 
I used lots of different materials and art tools to create my hexagon. I used real sticks from nature for the tree bark,, and to border the Present side, I used a silky light blue material to embody a Waterfall. On the Future side I used dirty cotton balls. I dirtied them with real dirt, I used lead from a pencil to add a dreary feeling to my piece. I want the viewer to visualise that pollution will be a big issue to not only ourselves but to nature. I want the future generations to be able to experience all the beauty nature has to offer. This issue has a very big impact on every individual. This affects me because I want my children and my children’s children to be able to have the same opportunities that we do now. I used dirty cotton balls to show the overwhelming amount of air pollutants that big corporations are pouring into the troposphere and beyond. I used a silky blue material to symbolize a waterfall. I think that waterfalls are so beautiful and they should be preserved. I used real sticks to show that nature is still real but eventually it won’t. We need to embrace it while we have it.

You can do little things everyday to help stop pollution. Turn off water when you are brushing your teeth, recycle, don’t litter. There are so many ways that we can help improve the environment little ways everyday. We have the power to change our future!         

Jason G.
10/12/2012 01:06:45 pm

I like your hexagon. I loved how you used all the different materials for your hexagon.

Michelle E.
10/17/2012 08:19:47 pm

I love how you used the cotton balls.Great job!

Ms. Weiss
10/18/2012 06:24:36 pm

Great use of found materials. Nice Job!

ronnie a
10/19/2012 10:56:28 am

I like the use of materials

Claire O
10/19/2012 11:04:18 am

very creative! hahaa its reeally pretty and i like youur title its catchy(-:

ethan k
10/23/2012 07:02:25 pm

i like your picture of how things should have went


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