Digital photographs of flamingo yard-animals as a call to action.
Climate change continues to alter coastal environments, and migratory birds are
under constant threat. While flamingos are not endangered at
present, their unique shallow-water feeding habit could lead to their no longer being seen in the wild.
However, unlike other bird species, an indestructible replacement already exists
for flamingos - pink, plastic yard-animals. Ironically, there are more plastic
flamingos today than live flamingos.
"And Then, There Were None" asserts that, in the future, plastic
flamingos may be a source of inspiration for generations who will never see a live
flamingo. Here, the plastic figures are represented without the usual "kitschy"
overtones. The future flamingo images are respectfully presented as intimate,
stylish, energized, powerful, and loving.
Currently exhibited in the lobby of the Richmond Main Public Library. The exhibition is paired with library resources and the VCU common book, "Rising", to draw attention to climate change and sea level rise. 
Nested
Nested
Florescence
Florescence
Headed South
Headed South
Power Double
Power Double
Dark Mirror
Dark Mirror
So Happy Together
So Happy Together
Photographic prints on archival matte. 20 x 14 inches. Surface treated for longevity.
 Also available as premium glossy prints on aluminum with mono-pod legs.
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