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Kait is an n extraordinary artist. She has created a collection of artwork that embraces the achievement and vision of individuals that dedicate their lives and desire to protect, preserve and inform about the wonder of the world in which we live.

Cheryl Lommatsch
“Canary in a Gold Mind"
"Canary in a Gold Mind"
Though the works are stylized and whimsical, they evoke a sense of the wildlife struggling in their natural habitat.  Lommatsch notes, “Many of my bird-like creatures have become victims of ‘entrapment’ within metal and wooden sculptural forms.  A predicament of ‘boundaries’ and challenges is presented in these pieces.  I am asking those who view my work to contemplate what is happening to our planet, to our environment, to our creatures… to us.  My concerns lie in the struggle between Man and Nature.  And, due to man’s carelessness and greed – freedom and prison have become ambiguous terms.”
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Tish Lampert's

"Life Out of Balance - Congo Warrior Gorilla"



Norman Deesing
“Trees and the Roots of Life"

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Monterey Bonsai
Fired stoneware clay, glaze, and paint. The inspiration for this tree came from a visit to Carmel California where the few cypress trees left represent what was once a very large forest on the west coast. The surviving trees from this forest are as old as 2000 years.


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Art Miles Mural Project -
The Environmental Mile
presented by: Endangered Planet Foundation

 

Art Miles Mural Project"
One Earth | One Dream
Laguna Beach, CA USA - Festival of Arts
Exhibition of the Century 2010 - Egypt

Founders - Fouad and Joanne Tawfilis

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Connecting the Arts & Technology with the Environment -
2010 08:29 By Joanne Tawfilis
The AMMP seeks global peace through connecting cultures and and humanity with the power of a paint brush and 5'x12' canvas - one at a time. Currently creating twelve miles of global art work. Endangered Planet is the environmental ile director and coordinator and is coordinating a North american Tour to compplement the Exhibition of the Century. Sponsorship and donations for this local and global exhibit will tie you to the major exhibition to bring peace, harmony and environmental awarness to the world. Call 949.497.5690 for more information or to make a on-line donation CLICK HERE
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"I see a world in the future in which we understand that all life is related to us and we treat that life with great humility and respect. I see us as well as social creatures, and when I began to look back and say, 'what is the fundamental bottom line for us as social creatures?'...I couldn't believe it because it seemed so hippy dippy, but it was Love. Love is the force that makes us fully human."

~ David Suzuki


Endangered Planet Foundation

Laguna Beach CA USA  
ENDANGERED PLANET FOUNDATION PRESENTS THE FIRST ANNUAL ONE EARTH | ONE DREAM ENVIRONMENTAL FESTIVAL OCTOBER 2 – 5 AT FESTIVAL OF ARTS GROUNDS IN LAGUNA BEACH

Four Day Event Features “Life on the Edge” Symposium October 2 – 5 and the “Autumnal Green Festival” October 3 - 5 Event is Open to the Public and Includes Interactive Workshops, Renowned Speakers, Seminars, Live Entertainment, Films, Art, Children’s Workshops, Fashion Shows and More Than 50 Green Exhibitors Guest Speakers Include Former UN Ambassador Anwarul Chowdhury and National Geographic EcoAmbassador Chris Jordan

LAGUNA BEACH, CA – September 2, 2008 – Endangered Planet Foundation, in partnership with the Festival of Arts, Laguna Beach Magazine, and the Laguna Beach Visitors and Conference Bureau, presents One Earth/One Dream, the Wes t Coast’s premier environmental festival, October 2 – 5, 2008 at the Festival of Arts grounds in Laguna Beach. Several thousands people per day people are expected to attend this Southern California festival, which celebrates the earth and the transition being made toward a sustainable future through interactive workshops, world-renowned speakers, seminars, live entertainment, film, art, children’s workshops, fashion shows and more than 50 green exhibitors. “The goal of One Earth/One Dream is to increase awareness of our impact on the planet and explore what each of us can do to sustain our only home,” explains Charles Michael Murray, founder and CEO of Endangered Planet Foundation. “We want to seed the vision that we are in humankind’s finest hour. We have the technologies and the brain power and compassion to engage in local and global solutions—together. We expect to showcase by celebration and dialog that we can make this a better place for our children’s grandchildren.

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Message from -
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January 2, 2014 08:29 By Charles Michael Murray

As we journey around the sun, we must realize that this sphere mother earth is truly a wonderful place to call home. As we look into the past trips and become pro-active into the future, we can choose to make this a better place for our children's grand children. Can we merge our spirits through the arts and technologies to change the course of environmental issues and humankinds role? I know we can - and you can help. As we reduce, reuse, recycle, rethink and redesign, we vote with our wallets and thus make the difference individualy that fuels the momentum of change to an eco-economy system. Our aim at Endangered Planet Gallery and the one earth | one dream festivals and symposiums are designed to provide information, eco-economy driven technologies, art, connections and events. We are supported by your purchase here at this site and any purchase through this link at our AMAZON affiliation including donations to the Endangered Planet Foundation. Thank you. Be a part of the 2014 change that this New Year opportunity brings. What on earth are you waiting for? cmm - founder/ceo

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Artists and Exhibitions
© Beverly Factor
June 19 ~ Sept 15

"Seaduction"

MOMEN - Dream Island



11th Hour
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is a feature film documentary, created, produced and narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio. A Q&A with Executive Producer Pierre André Senizergues (sin-e-zerg), founder and CEO of Sole Technology and Roian Atwood. map | press release



Dieter Tremp
| PRESS Release | Observing the Equinox - Stone Circles and other  Ancient Monuments - UN Earth Day Invitation | Exhibiting: Magic Planet by Global Imagination | ENTERTAINMENT: Violin Performance by world renown - Scarlet Rivera

 


Norman Deesing
Sculpture exhibition debut
"g l o b a l - w a r n i n g s"
Global warming, the human state and current world affairs.Directions | Art

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Dr. Charles McNeill
Winter Solstice | Endangered Planet Gallery and Foundation was Honored Guest Speaker - 7:00 pm | Dec 21 2007 Mr. McNeill - just back from the BALI Environmental Conference. He will share the process and how the final day and final hour historical progress was made. Charles McNeill is the manager of the Environment Program Team within the United Nations Development Programme and in that capacity he oversees the development, resource mobilization and implementation of UNDP's Environment Global Program and its Thematic Trust Fund. These instruments are designed to provide financial and technical support to UNDP's 135 country offices around the world in the priority areas of water, agriculture and drylands management, biodiversity and ecosystem services, climate change, environmental governance, poverty-environment linkages, and community-based activities.h
An open question and answer period will follow.

 

 

John McConnell (Earth Day & Minute for Peace Founder)



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PRESS RELEASE

Directors and Founders
Fouad and Joanne Tawfilis

Endangered Planet Gallery
exhibition featuring
revolving environmental murals from the global collection
in support of UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific,
and Cultural Organization) featuring the
ENVIRONMENTAL MILE



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"A WALK to Remember"
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