A leafy sea dragon made from marine debris by local artists in remote South Australia stars at Tarnanthi Art Fair. Ku Arts and Arts Ceduna teamed up with locals to create the sea creature using waste rope and nets. Leafy sea dragon sculpture made from marine waste championed by SA’s west coast artists.
The sea dragon, a bamboo and rattan cane creation, stands at around 5 meters long and 3 meters tall. Artists are rushing to finish it, adding net and weaving discarded ropes for solidity.
The Tarnanthi Art Fair, South Australia’s festival of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, will allow attendees to create their own marine debris sculptures using provided materials. is innovative project showcases artistic talent while raising awareness of marine debris’s environmental impact on our coastlines.
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