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Fantastic wildlife art for sale – proceeds to wild dog conservation!

Hi folks,

Just a reminder that if you check our main African Wildlife Conservation Fund website (www.africanwildlifeconservationfund.org) there is some fantastic wildlife art for sale.  The paintings and drawings are all by renowned Zimbabwean artist Lin Barrie, who has an incredible talent and an in-depth understanding of and love for the animals she draws.

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Lin has kindly offered to donate 50% of the proceeds of the sale of the art to our wild dog conservation project, so this is a fantastic opportunity to buy a piece of unique art and support a worthy cause.  Whether for a birthday gift, a thank you gift, as a ‘sorry’ or just as a treat for yourself or someone special, there is something here for everyone.

Here’s just a few examples of what is on offer – have a look at the AWCF website for more, as well as for details of how to purchase.  Alternatively you can leave a comment on this blog and I will get back to you.  None of the pieces are framed so they can be shipped to anywhere in the world!

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Siesta time 2

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Thanks for your support,

Rosemary

Wildlife Art for Conservation

We are really excited to announce that renowned artist and wildlife conservationist Lin Barrie is partnering with the African Wildlife Conservation Fund to raise money for conservation through sales of her amazing artwork.

Lin currently has 14 awesome paintings & sketches for sale, including many of wild dogs, as well as rhino, buffalo, elephant and leopard. Some of these are shown below, but for a full catalog of the artwork for sale, please click here to visit the African Wildlife Conservation Fund website.

Playful Yearlings and stick-DIPTYCH

CONCERN SKETCH 25 BY 45 CM

Lin has generously agreed to offer 50% of the (extremely reasonable) selling price of her pieces to conservation.  Proceeds from the rhino paintings will go to the Lowveld Rhino Trust and all other proceeds to the Wild Dog Project.

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You’ll find more about Lin and her work on the AWCF website.  Please get in touch with me by leaving a comment on this blog, or email me at [email protected] if you are interested in any of the pieces.

Please tell all your friends and colleagues about this incredible opportunity to support wildlife conservation and at the same time end up with a unique piece of top quality wildlife art, direct from the Zimbabwean Lowveld.

Thanks for your support,

Rosemary

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