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Today, the environment is on the brink of massive change. Global warming. El Nino’s. Ozone holes and rising sea levels threaten our way of life and even our existence. Thus, artists are producing work that is more urgent, more concerned, more political.

Peter Charuk’s work communicates global and local connections to environmental change.  He combines both a sense of place with close community involvement, speaking to both the despair and hope of humanity’s ecological change.