Our banners show the four elements, Earth- Water- Air- Fire
Earth, Water and Air sustain all life and need our efforts to reduce pollution and damage.
Fire shows the glowing sun to highlight global warming and the spike in devastating forest fires.
These banners have been made using over 90% recycled materials including supplies from Exeter Scrapstore and left over fabrics from other art projects completed at CEDA.
The banners were made by Ros Hammond- Artist in Residence at CEDA (Community, Equality, Disability Action) in collaboration with Craig Bowden and emerging disabled artists supported by the charity. Find out more about CEDA online- www.cedaonline.org.uk or facebook.com/cedaonline 

About CEDA

CEDA is an independent registered charity and not-for-profit company limited by guarantee which provides learning and social opportunities to disabled people in Devon.

TRAIL Art submission 2019

‘Four Elements’ Banners

The banners will be very colourful and made of ripstop nylon to withstand the weather. We still have our 6 foot high met posts and will attach the banners to metal arms attached to the top of the posts. The banners will be tall rectangular shapes and attached at the top and down the side but flutter free on bottom and open edge.
The four elements theme will be tied into environmental concerns in our statement, so the fire relating to global warming and forest fires, water to marine pollution, earth to caring for the growing environment in a sustainable way and air around air pollution and global warming.