Earth Day 2021 Teen Environmental Art Show

Painting by Eunjin Choi entitled, "Trapped." The image is of a large butterfly, with brilliant yellow and black wings, landing on purple flowers. There are several purple flowers in the image, as well as a large, yellow sunflower. In the background are stormy skies and what looks like a forest fire painted with ominous, deep reds and black.

Example from last year's Art Show:
"Trapped" by Eunjin Choi, 10th grade.


Students in grades 6-12th are encouraged to create original artwork celebrating Earth Day 2021 with the theme "Restore Our Earth." 

Art submissions due March 17th, 2021, please see the flyer and registration form below for more information.

Art will be displayed virtually and on-Refuge from April - June (more information to come, stay tuned!) 

Questions?: Email watershedwatchers@sfbayws.org 

 

Download the Flyer

Download the Registration Form

 

*This program is brought to you by a partnership between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society, and the Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program. To learn more about how you can help protect your local watersheds, habitats at the Refuge, and the Bay, visit: http://www.mywatershedwatch.org/