California Contemporary Artist New Environmentally Conscious Artwork Launched
California artist Efi Mashiah has launched a new environmentally conscious collection of artworks made from recycled branded oil barrels to reflect the co-dependency between the fashion and art.
California-based artist Efi Mashiah has launched a new environmentally conscious collection of artworks made from recycled oil barrels. The barrels have been branded to reflect the lucrative co-dependency between the worlds of fashion and art.
View the collection at https://elenabulatova.com/collections/barrel-collections
The newly launched collection is supported by leading painting and sculpture gallery, the Elena Bulatova Fine Art Gallery. Around the world, Elena Bulatova is recognized for her mixed-media abstracts, large installations, and use of color. Find out more at https://www.elenabulatovafineart.com
Efi Mashiah highlights the current oil crisis through his use of recycled branded oil barrels and highlights the fact the world has acted as a field of desire, aspiration, and seduction. This is arguably also true of the wealth offered by oil fields.
The new collection has been launched at a time when the oil industry has crashed to an 18-year low, as demand has suffered an unprecedented drop. The collapse in demand for oil is a direct result of the social distancing restrictions implemented by governments around the world.
Many commenters note the ongoing oil price war is exacerbating the issues within the oil market. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia and Russia are flooding the world with excess oil at precisely the time when the opposite approach is required.
Creative artist, Efi Mashiah, is utilizing junk stores, trash bins, and surplus outlets in a bid to satisfy his creative urges while also caring for the planet. In this era of heightened environmental awareness, it is crucial corporations play their role alongside individuals.
Recycled art materials have gained credibility as a result of the newfound environmental consciousness. The new collection reminds viewers that while recycling is necessary to sustain our planet and its resources, it is equally valid as an innovative and creative art material.
A gallery representative said: “The new collection is contemporary, relevant, and reflective of the current situation around the world. Everyone will remember the year 2020 for a multitude of reasons - things are changing in ways we never imagined. Contemporary art provides a snapshot in time, it reflects what is happening around the world and offers people a memento.”
To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the website provided. Alternatively, view details of the gallery here www.elenabulatova.com