Untitled – Bankston

Posted on 15th April 2009 by admin in Cuyahoga River-Cleveland-Ohio-See Artwork - Tags:

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Untitled

Seneca Bankston, age 17

Cleveland, Ohio USA



By any means necessary, open your heart to the problems of your river. We are struggling with the life of our river to save it from pollution. I hope that the people of the Volga and the Volta will protect their rivers so that they won’t have the serious problems that we have with the Cuyahoga.


Editors Note:When asked about this painting Seneca told me that he had drawn an angry angel part man and part fish rising out of the flaming Cuyahoga River. The scroll in the center part of the canvas symbolizes the unwritten future of the Cuyahoga. The Boy at the bottom is the youth who loves the environment shown with a sun mandala and his eyes suffused with light.


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