Two-Thirds Gone is an oil painting depicting Red snapper fish which are an endangered species. If average global temperatures were to rise by five degrees Celsius, it could mean the eradication of nearly two-thirds of global fish species by 2100. The squares of negative space interrupting the composition are intended to draw attention to this terrifying prospect. They are meant to bring awareness to the high possibility that our marine life populations will continue to deplete if immediate action is not taken to combat climate change.
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