My information was about Canadian green house gas emission from 2010 – 2014, I used the original data from these 2 photos;
and then I converted the data into a visual form of a painting;
I chose to do mountains because when you look at a graph it looks like mountains. the tree on the left is the scale, (starting at 250), of megatonnes of GHG’s, in thousands. Each mountain going from left to right represents a year, but the peak is the measurement of the GHG’s. The green streaks on the mountains represent trees, because the lower the mountain the more the trees while the higher the mountain the less the trees, because the emissions are bad.
- art piece –> Kiera Van Veen (me)