When you live on the coast it is impossible not to notice sea level rise. This is especially true on a primarily undeveloped coast like Georgia’s where islands move toward the continent as they were meant to do rather than being held in one place by concrete and rocks to protect property values. I’ve watched these islands for well over half a century now and recently I read many books about sea level rise and climate change. The literature has changed a lot, from “this is what’s happening” to “this is how we can deal with it.” It’s natural that what I have to say as an artist would deal with this subject.
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