The Goddess of Circular Economy’, 2022 Graphenstone eco paints and gold leaf on canvas, 100 x 70 cm
The circular economy goddess is a symbol of hope, inspiring us to think differently about the way we consume and interact with our planet.
The composition invites you to contemplate our interconnectedness with the earth and to envision a world where we all strive together to create a more sustainable future.
The painting absorbed CO2. It was exhibited at ‘The Show’ at Central Saint Martins, as part of all MA and PostGrad End of Year Showcase.
It was Exhibitied as a print at the group show ‘ArtHouse’, Milton Keynes, London.
The original painting is available.
About ‘The Show’ at Central Saint Martins,
Central Saint Martins Shows 2022 brings together graduating work from across the College, from communication design and performance to fine art and material innovation. Reflecting the creative energy and joy of being back together. This is the first time all disciplines have shown at the same time and in the same place.
The show offers a glimpse into the future of the creative industry. With students presenting innovative and thought-provoking work that challenges conventions. It’s an exciting and inspiring event that celebrates the power of creativity to shape our world and our future.
Environmentally friendly art
Laura Erviti’s passion for creating eco-art friendly is evident in all of her pieces. By using Graphenstone paint, a carbon-negative paint that absorbs CO2, and her dedication to researching sustainability topics, Laura hopes to inspire others to consider their impact on the planet and explore alternative methods for creating art that are in line with a sustainable future.
If you’re interested in learning more about ethical and sustainable paints and want some recommendations, don’t hesitate to get in touch!