Local artists share their Earth Day inspired work

Mixed media artist Lauren Bon’s installation "Accretion lab, the agency of salt water and sunlight in metabolic form" was displayed as part of the Ontario Museum of History and Art’s Earth Day event Saturday. This piece highlights climate change and its negative effects on the Salton Sea, as well as suggesting a new way to combat ocean pollution. / photo by Chris Rodriguez
Mixed media artist Lauren Bon’s installation “Accretion lab, the agency of salt water and sunlight in metabolic form” was displayed as part of the Ontario Museum of History and Art’s Earth Day event Saturday. This piece highlights climate change and its negative effects on the Salton Sea, as well as suggesting a new way to combat ocean pollution. / photo by Chris Rodriguez
Local artist Danielle Giudici Wallis demonstrates how to make paper out of banana stalks on Saturday during an Earth Day exhibit at the Ontario Museum of History and Art’ Studio Saturdays event. The event saw Ontario’s integrated waste department and local artists collaborate to raise awareness on recycling and reusing materials. / photo by Chris Rodriguez

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