'Washed Ashore': Turning Ocean Trash into Arti
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    June Soh
    July 01, 2016 4:30 PM
    What’s the ocean’s deadliest killer? Environmental Artist Angela Haseltine Pozzi worked with hundreds of volunteers over six years to create 17 larger-than-life sculptures of sea animals now on display at the National Zoo. Made from trash collected on Oregon beaches, the Washed Ashore exhibit aims to create awareness of the ocean pollution issue that is affecting all marine animals around the world each day.

    'Washed Ashore': Turning Ocean Trash into Art

    June Soh

    Published July 01, 2016

    What’s the ocean’s deadliest killer? Environmental Artist Angela Haseltine Pozzi worked with hundreds of volunteers over six years to create 17 larger-than-life sculptures of sea animals now on display at the National Zoo. Made from trash collected on Oregon beaches, the Washed Ashore exhibit aims to create awareness of the ocean pollution issue that is affecting all marine animals around the world each day.


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