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“Se Abrió, The Sky Opened” 24″x24” Acrylic Painting on Canvas - Melissa McKinnon


Terribly Beautiful: Industrial Pollution Seen From Above

BLECH. (J Henry Fair/ TIME Magazine) Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada A containment pond holds tar sands tailings, consisting of a mixture of sand, water, and toxic chemicals that remain after the unrefined oil products have been extracted

from Melissa McKinnon: Artist

Inspiration and New Plein Air Paintings From the Beaches and Coast of Viña del Mar, Chile, South America

Beach painting, paintings of beaches, water paintings, ocean painting, colourful painting art, bright colours, colurful art, blue, teal, turquoise, green, yellow, orange, pink, fuschia, purple, lilac, purple orchid, beach, sand, ocean,mountains rocks, colourful sky painting, sunset painting, sunrise painting, Alberta landscape painter, Alberta landscape artist, Calgary artist, Melissa McKinnon, Canadian artist, landscape paintings, acrylic paintings, oil paintings, Canada, contemporary ...

Grade 4: The environmental impact of the oil sands in northern Alberta. INTERRELATIONS B1.2

Canadian and US tribes band together to fight Alberta oil sands pipelines

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Colourful Prairie and Big Sky Abstract Landscape Painting by Canadian Western Artist Painter Melissa McKinnon

“From Here I Can Go Anywhere” (Detail Image) MELISSA MCKINNON Contemporary Abstract Landscape Artist features BIG COLOURFUL PAINTINGS of Aspen & Birch Trees, Rocky Mountains and stunning views of the Canadian prairies, big skies and ocean beaches. Western Art.

Good visuals inside the video YouTube story of the oil sands. Alberta, A Sense of the Land.

ALBERTA'S OIL SANDS: the world's 3rd largest oil source, coveingr 55,000 square miles (almost the size of Florida). 2 tons of mined oil sands are needed to produce 1 barrel of crude oil.

Canadian and US tribes band together to fight Alberta oil sands pipelines Aboriginal tribes from across North America, including Standing Rock Sioux who opposed North Dakota pipeline, also plan to counter tank and rail projects. Sept 22 2016 #noDAPL