Danish artist Anja Hemmingsen’s acrylics on canvas originate in natural disasters, such as Tsunami II (above) and Tsunami I (below). Her reconstructed realities are inspired by photos, postcards and magazine and book clippings.
Renee McGinnis creates the ominous threat of impending disasters in these allegorical paintings, from her Empirical Eternity series.
Angela Mercedes Donna Otto of Germany filled a sketchbook with images of disaster, created in coffee and tea. The message of her art is that “disaster is a beginning . . .a chance to grow, disaster is change and evolution.” Have a look at the whole series here. Or visit her website, here.