A moving portrait of the German artist Ulrike Arnold who paints with earth and meteorites from remote areas around the world.  Exhibiting her work at White Pocket in the Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness on the day Trump announces his executive order permitting the dismantlement of national monuments, she recognizes that this special landscape is in danger from mining and oil exploration. Visiting the US-Mexican border with artist friend Peter Young, she reveals her plans for her next work: To unite for the very first time in one painting earth colors from all the places she has visited over the past 38 years, to create a visual expression of the diversity of the continents and their peoples, as an articulation of unity, equality, peace and harmony. This statement for the preservation and protection of our unique planet Earth is the One World Painting, scheduled to be exhibited for Earth Day at the UN in New York.

Red Cliffs 3 Wed 6:40pm
Red Cliffs 3 Fri 5:00pm

Germany, 2019
Run time 1:16
Director: Hank Levine
Producer: Hank Levine