“At the End of the Day” by Russell Brutsché
Local artist and songwriter Russell Brutsché has kindly granted us permission to use his paintings “At the End of the Day” and “Santa Cruz Circa 2080 A.D.” to promote alternatives to desalination. Some have asked, and yes you can, purchase an original painting, serigraph, or print of an original painting, including “At the End of the Day” and “Santa Cruz Circa 2080 A.D.” from Russell. Click here to see other examples of artwork by Russell Brutsché.
“First and foremost, Russell Brutsche’s paintings reflect his infatuation with the American West—trains coursing across dusk-lit plains and horses idling in the foreground of expansive landscapes. But beyond just capturing natural beauty on canvas, his majestic scenes include subtle juxtapositions, suffused by his passion for shedding light on socio-cultural ironies and injustices in the world.” – Good Times, October 2012
Below are a few other examples of Russell’s artwork (move the pointer over the artwork to display the name of the piece):
Version of Grant Wood’s “American Gothic” created by Russell Brutsché for RightToVoteOnDesal.org – May, 2012
Local artist Steven DeCinzo has kindly granted us permission to use some of his cartoons related to desalination and local politics.
Northern California artist Mark Henson has kindly granted us permission to use images of his artwork, including “March of Progress”, here on our website to promote alternatives to the destruction of the planet. Mark was a participant at the Santa Cruz Rejuvenation Festival on May 19th and 20th, 2012.
Some have asked, and yes you can, purchase an original painting or print of an original painting, including “March of Progress” directly from Mark. Click here to see other examples of, or purchase, artwork by Mark Henson. (Mark Henson’s art is copyrighted and not available for use without the express permission of Mark and Sacred Light Studio. If you would like to use these copyrighted images, please contact the artist. Copyright © 2012.)
Below are a few more images of artwork by Mark Henson.
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