Sacred biodiversity: An artist’s unique approach to species conservation

By Ray Hardman
Connecticut Public Radio
April 20, 2023

Artist Angela Manno has been studying and creating traditional religious icons since the late 1990s, employing the same methods and materials used by masters of the form for centuries.

All of the materials are as close to their natural state as possible,” Manno said. “I use pigments made of ground up stone, and earth ochres, mixed with an emulsion of egg yolk, white distilled vinegar and water.”

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