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tobacco brown is a social artist working at the public intersection of Environmental Art and Restorative Justice. She paints the landscape with the authentic medium of the paradigm shift. Initiating living art installations from nature’s products and materials with the intention of creating a collective consciousness that results in liberated and healthy communities. Focusing on art as a tool for blight remediation and therapeutic healing. ‘The Art of the Garden’ mission unveils the roots of Mother Nature’s restorative healing properties. Promoting bio-mimicry as “nature’s philosophy” and equally as the metaphor for global connectivity. Nature’s dialogue symbolizes renewal and detoxification as well as the manner in which a community can take its environmental destiny into their own hands. Gardens “weave” the diverse tapestry of community. Art is democratized in a human rights culture when based on the premise that the public can feel safe in spaces that share a common dialogue. Art advocacy acknowledges that nature is an environment where we are valued. Environmental art at the intersection of Restorative Justice becomes a compelling movement as the majority of the world’s cultures begin to embrace her intentional healing and synergistic reciprocity.
Keynote Speaker. Cultural Curator/Critic. Media Content/Narration. Bio-mimicry/Resilient Communities