Three West Michigan residents and one Chinese artist participated in a Chinese-American, Environmental art exhibition at the Inner Mongolia Art Museum in Hohhot, China, July 7-16th. The exhibit focused on water and air pollution; and biological extinction. The four artists in the exhibition are the twins, Beibei and Leilei Chen, originally from Liaoning, and,Beijing, China, but presently residing in Grand Rapids, Michigan; Sandra Hansen, from Holland, Michigan; and Yiwang Wang of Fujian, China. Although highly trained in art, these artists take very different approaches to pollution in their art practices.he Chen twins’ art is completely intertwined as both artists work together and separately on all pieces of their art. Hansen is not only an artist, but also an activist, and public speaker. Wang, an associate art professor at Fujian Normal University specializes in landscape paintings in China. These artists are connected through Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids, where Hansen and the Chen’s were graduate students and Wang participated in a one year artist residency.