Paint Out Pollution Project

Paint Out Pollution

Did you know that stormwater, or rainwater that runs off hard surfaces such as rooftops, streets and parking lots, represents the fastest growing source of pollution in the James River?

Paint Out Pollution is a project to increase awareness of stormwater pollution and celebrate the native flora and fauna that call the James River home. Richmond artists created stencils to be used to install art on storm drains. Students and volunteers will use the stencils to install art on storm drains throughout the Richmond region.

Paint Out Pollution is partnership between the James River Association and Art on Wheels. To get involved contact the James River Association’s Community Conservation Manager, Justin Doyle, at jdoyle@jrava.org.

Artists who contributed to Paint Out Pollution include:

Genesis Chapman http://genesischapman.com/

Aijung Kim http://aijungkim.com

Amelia Blair Langford http://amelialangford.com/

Kevin Orlosky http://kevinorlosky.com

Jennifer Thompson

Storm Drain Art Mural by Nicole Gomez
RVA H20, City of Richmond

 

Getting Involved

 

Questions?

"You drop it, I drink it" by Abby Klein

“You drop it, I drink it” by Abby Klein
City of Richmond Storm Drain Art Project

Getting Involved

Interested in Helping Paint Murals?

We need your help to spread water quality awareness around the Richmond communnity by helping paint storm drains around the city.

 

More information coming soon, but for any further inquiries, please contact Justin Doyle at jdoyle@jrava.org (804) 788-8811 x 212

 

 

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Questions

Questions?

Contact:
Justin Doyle
Community Conservation Manager
James River Association
 (804) 788-8811 x 212
 jdoyle@jrava.org