For the past 25 years, Evelyn Roth has been making her Festival Arts inflatable ‘Nylon Zoo’ animals from the dinner table. I mean of her Maslin’s Beach home in South Australia. Many of the creations reach 50 feet in height. In addition they are in countries around the world. That Includes Germany, the United States, Brazil, China, and Canada. The goal is to educate people on environmental issues. Also on endangered species, public health, and ecology.
For the past 25 years, Roth has been making her Festival Arts inflatable ‘Nylon Zoo’ animals from the dinner table. I mean of her Maslin’s Beach home in South Australia. Many of the creations reach 50 feet in height. In addition they are in countries around the world. That Includes Germany, the United States, Brazil, China, and Canada. The goal is to educate people on environmental issues. Also on endangered species, public health, and ecology.

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The enormous animals create a mobile schoolroom. They can fit up to 50 people inside at a time, where a trained storyteller imparts a socially responsible message.

In addition, Evelyn Roth meticulously crafted animals. For they are hand sewn. All with stunning colors. Moreover made from nylon. Thatto create a cathedral-like ambiance inside.

The different colored pieces of material capture and blend light. All to provide an effect similar to stained glass windows you would find in a church. That came from Evelyn Roth.

“The designs interact with the people inside to make a fascinating, enjoyable and engaging intimate atmosphere where people are inspired to listen and learn and are subconsciously imprinted with the stories.’’

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Evelyn Roth returned from Hawaii this week after being commissioned to create a Southern Right Whale and two Monk Seals to highlight the plight of these endangered animals to the local community…

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