“Art gives me a voice for the planet. It gives me hope.”
Melting glaciers, desertification, floods, refugees. Water, the most precious resource on the planet, has become the most dangerous.See Artwork
In 2050, more that 700 million climate refugees could be on the move to big cities.See Artwork
Do we want our archeology to be trash? Do we want our children to breathe with masks?See Artwork
The Timeshrine Series
Timeshrines honor and capture the beauty of the planet that is vanishing. They speak to our origins, our beliefs, and what we cherish. They emotionally draw us in and perhaps challenge our complacency. Anne draws inspiration from 16th and 17th century Vanitas Art which features the skull as a mystical object to remind us that as mortals, we have choices to make. The hourglass, the most ancient way of calculating time, reminds us that time is fleeting. The startling appearance of these shrines invites us to reflect on where we come from, who we are, and what we want for the future.
This series of multimedia art is the result of an artist collective which unites Anne de Carbuccia’s Timeshrines with powerful graffiti writing. Every single word has a meaning, every single paint stroke is brushed with purpose. These works communicate the urgency of our climate crisis and the need to take action now.See Artwork
Anne is taking her art and her message to the streets as instruments of change. In collaboration with a group of graffiti artists, Anne brings public art murals to cities that have declared climate emergencies. Each mural is based on Anne’s key themes that include plastic oceans, trash, disappearing environments and endangered species. They differ in mood depending on the city and the local community.See Artwork