Washed Ashore: Botanical Gardens

Following the theme of Nauticus' Planet or Plastic Exhibit, Botanical Gardens now presents Washed Ashore: Art to Save The Sea. Artist Angela Haseltine Pozzi created the art from thrown out plastics and trash that were littering beaches and oceans. In an effort to help educate the public, Angela hopes that viewers will learn about the 300 million pounds of plastic produced globally, and that less than ten percent is actually recycled. 

In each of the 15 pieces, check for the scavenger hunt of materials used. Be sure to check out the custom made eagle just for this exhibit. Washed Ashore opens officially today, and  it will be here all summer.