The Silent Scream Of The Seas

Meaning of the painting: “The Silent Scream of the Seas” encapsulates the urgent plea for environmental awareness and action against pollution. Through symbolic elements such as the central figure’s scream, industrial backdrop, trapped marine life, and the illusion of chain-linked hands, the artwork communicates the collective helplessness and interconnectedness of humanity in the face of pollution. It serves as a poignant reminder of the devastating impact of industrial and plastic pollution on our seas, while also emphasizing the necessity for unity and collective action to break free from the chains binding our environment. Overall, the artwork calls for empathy, reflection, and a commitment to creating a cleaner, more sustainable world.

Size of the Painting: 70cm by 100cm

Material Used: Charcoal on paper

Artist Bio

Theophilus Salankole

Theophilus Salankole, known as Theo’s Artz, is a 20-year-old emerging artist and architecture student from Freetown, Sierra Leone. Specializing in charcoal, his artworks intricately weave themes of heritage and resilience. Theo’s academic pursuit in architecture informs his creative process, blending aesthetic sensibility with structural awareness.

Exhibiting at venues like “Open Mic Night” at The Creative Hub Africa, he has already gained recognition for his thought-provoking narratives. Under the moniker Theo’s Artz, he envisions contributing meaningfully to the creative landscape, leaving an indelible mark on the intersection of aesthetics and functionality.

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