From the 2nd to 5th of June, the U.K. threw a four-day holiday weekend as a part of the national celebration for Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. To observe and underscore this significant date, the Parliament Society for Arts, Fashion & Sports UK held the Official Queens Jubilee Celebration, arranging a prestigious Award Ceremony honoring various figures within Arts, Education, Charity, Law, and Innovation fields.
Amongst those in attendance for the celebration, environmentalist, contemporary artist, and proud ambassador of Parliament Society for Arts, Fashion & Sports UK, Natalia Kapchuk was awarded a certificate of excellence and a medal of honor in recognition of her many contributions and outstanding achievements to innovative environmental art, utilizing her talents and professional platforms to spread awareness regarding current ecological concerns.
Natalia Kapchuk’s The Lost Planet series is devoted to the exploration of the natural unicity of our beloved planet and its many wonders juxtaposed to dire ecological issues caused by human activity. The Artist believes that the power of art has a penetrating influence on the soul, and her artworks could prompt people to join efforts on the path to a more healthy and promising world.
Using her creative prowess, Natalia Kapchuk embodies every piece of art with a powerful message highlighting crucial environmentally focused topics such as plastic pollution, depletion of natural resources, deforestation, over-consumption, global warming, industrialization, and many more. Natalia Kapchuk’s artworks fascinate with their unique approach, leaving a lasting and influential impression on observers that reassured the artist that her mission to combat devastating environmental concerns through the channel of art is one bringing results.