Created By: Ruthmere
Everything that is dropped on the road pollutes our rivers. Our rivers are worth protecting.
Inspiration for the Artwork
The artwork for this project depicts how human waste has harmful effects on rivers and wildlife. Different types of common trash and garbage are included in the artwork and show how it is destroying the wildlife's habitats. It is essential that we protect our rivers.
Sidney Perkins is a graduate of Mishawaka High School and currently studies graphic design at Indiana University in South Bend. Growing up she always enjoyed art and drawing, but it wasn’t until high school where she developed a genuine interest in art. Her high school art teacher, Ryan Sergeant, helped her develop her skills and encouraged her to investigate art as a career. In her collegiate studies, Sidney is continuously learning new methods of creating art. That is where she learned and quickly fell in love with graphic design. Graphic design allows her to make the imaginative possible. Sidney is looking forward to earning her degree and starting a career in this growing field.
About the Sponsor
Crowe is a public accounting, consulting, and technology firm that combines deep industry and specialized expertise with innovation.
307 South Main Street
Elkhart, Indiana 46516
This point of interest is part of the tour: The Storm Drain Art Project