Ponder the fragility of home at Archway Gallery’s For the Love of Earth in April 2022

"Sandy Shores" Ceramic by Carol Berger | Photo courtesy of Archway Gallery

Check the diverse creations on display in For the Love of Earth, a group exhibition in honor of Earth Day 2022, now on display at Archway Gallery through Thursday, May 5, 2022.

Archway artists believe that art has a powerful voice. With it, they hope to raise awareness of the need to take collective action and inspire hope that our species can undergo the renewal necessary to save our home.

This exhibition challenges the viewer to consider the fragility of our planet and all living things on it and to take actions which will bring beneficial change.

Archway Gallery has chosen to partner with Citizens’ Environmental Coalition (CEC) and 25% of the sales of the works featured in For the Love of Earth will be donated to CEC.

CEC Conversations at Archway Gallery

During April, Archway will also host CEC for two conversations about the environment.

  • At Home Solutions for Marine Debris & Pollution | Thursday, April 7 – Remarks by Charlotte Cisneros, community programs manager at Galveston Bay Foundation. 6:30pm.
  • The Circular Economy | Thursday, April 21 – Remarks by Steve Stelzer, program director at City of Houston Green Building Resource Center. 6:30pm.
“In Flight” Mosaic by Liz Conces Spences | Photo courtesy of Archway Gallery

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