Exhibiting Artists

Fatal Distraction | Wallhanging by Daniel Davis | Artists for Conservation 2022

Daniel Davis US

I am inspired when I see organisms in their natural habitat, as they have been for millions of years. I strive to capture the essence of this inspiration. 


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King of the Serengeti | Wallhanging by Nick Day | Artists for Conservation 2022

Nick Day GB

  I believe the human mammal has found it increasingly more difficult to move away from our fast evolving & more technological ‘world’, where the environment is badly damaged in our thirst for knowledge, and is neglected to the point of justification & denial. What I strive to do in my portrayal of Nature, is to bring the onlooker into the subject's world using basic human instincts such as pity, without being sentimental, whilst at the same time illustrating a little of the fascinating...


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"On patrol" | Wallhanging by Ilse de Villiers | Artists for Conservation 2022

Ilse de Villiers ZA

Animals have always been my passion & living in South Africa, it would be natural to want to despict our wonderful animals in their natural environment. I am extremely fortunate & blessed to bring these animals alive on canvas with my paints & brushes.


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Hairy Woodpecker and Birch | Wallhanging by Robert Deschenes | Artists for Conservation 2022

Robert Deschenes CA

Self-taught painter in animal art, I perform my work either in watercolor or acrylic, everything depends on my mood or the subject.  Art of hyperrealism technique, it requires precision in the smallest details in order to represent the subject as faithfully as possible, such as : anatomy, living environments and behaviors.  An important part of the achievement goes through research on the subject: in books, internet, observations in nature and taking photos in order to respect all aspects.  The...


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Forest Flow | Wallhanging by Karel Doruyter | Artists for Conservation 2022
Passage | Wallhanging by Karel Doruyter | Artists for Conservation 2022

Karel Doruyter CA

Through my travels I have always been drawn to isolated places. In the past these were physical geographical parts of the world I have experienced. Now I find myself going inward, areas of spiritual and emotional isolation that I find disturbing and facinating. I find recording the former on board or canvas much easier than the latter, but that adds to the attraction.


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Fair Warning | Sculpture by Rob Dreyer | Artists for Conservation 2022

Rob Dreyer US

Every day it seems, we turn on our media and see pain and strife and ugliness. But that is not the world which we were given. The world we were given is actually extraordinarily ordered and beautiful. My job as an artist is to continually help illuminate that. Every painting I do is defined by that overarching objective. I consider my work to be nothing more than a simple depiction and celebration of the miracles that surround us every day.


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Arowhon Road | Wallhanging by Michael Dumas | Artists for Conservation 2022
The Twilight Hour | Wallhanging by Michael Dumas | Artists for Conservation 2022

Michael Dumas CA

The underlying purpose of creating has to do with why certain objects inspire attention in the first place, or how they might be used to express a concept. The greater connection between object and idea, the more insightful the work will be, the more truth it will reveal, and not just about the thing painted but about the artist as well. It is all about thinking and feeling.


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Mô | Wallhanging by Chantal Dupuis | Artists for Conservation 2022

Chantal Dupuis CA

I was always inspired by nature and its wonderful inhabitants.  Every critter has a personality that comes out so loud and clear at times.   I think collectors are most interested in my art because they can recognize the familiar or be transported into the unknown but what each and everyone comes out with is a journey into a scene with movement, emotions and peace. 


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Hero of Ndumo | Wallhanging by Aga.Elliott | Artists for Conservation 2022
One Turtle's Journey | Wallhanging by Aga.Elliott | Artists for Conservation 2022

Aga Elliott US

“Only when the last of the animals horns, tusks, skin and bones have been sold, will mankind realize that money can never buy back our wildlife." - Paul Oxton


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Love At First Flight | Wallhanging by Linda Feltner | Artists for Conservation 2022

Linda Feltner US


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Cicadian Rhythm | Wallhanging by Jeanne Filler Scott | Artists for Conservation 2022

Jeanne Filler Scott US

From a very early age, I have always been fascinated by animals and the natural world. I started drawing at the age of 3, when I sketched the family cat stalking a bird. I enjoy painting and drawing all kinds of creatures, from wolves to insects, as well as plants, nature details and landscapes.  I hope my art will inspire the viewer to treat animals and nature with kindness and respect.


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Wanderer | Wallhanging by James Fiorentino | Artists for Conservation 2022

James Fiorentino US

My main reason for painting nature and willdife art is to educate people about the world around them. At the same time you are also learning about the art of watercolor and the goal is to encourgae people to expereince nature through painting. I raise money and awareness through my art also take part in many conersvation projects. Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ, The Raptor Trust and D & R Greenway Land Trust in Princeton NJ have given me many expereinces in conservation and education. 


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Pandemonium! | Wallhanging by Cynthie Fisher | Artists for Conservation 2022
Patterns Of Play | Wallhanging by Cynthie Fisher | Artists for Conservation 2022

Cynthie Fisher US

"I have spent my life studying all manner of wildlife, and continue to strive to portray many different species in 8 different mediums. I hope to inspire and educate the viewer about the wide variety and perilous situation of animals we share our planet with."


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Mr Gang Gang | Wallhanging by Garry Fleming | Artists for Conservation 2022

Garry Fleming AU

Garry Fleming is one of the world's most published wildlife artist's, with more than 150 book titles published in over 60 languages. He has multiple awards to his name including the RAS birds and wildflowers art prize 3 times, and both Wilderness and Zoological awards for wildlife art excellence. Garry describes his work as phot or hyperrealism. He works in water based oils on canvas and board.


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Forty Winks | Wallhanging by Rhonda Franks | Artists for Conservation 2022

Rhonda Franks CA

My paintings focus on things that I find to be beautiful, meaningful or in need of preservation and I am dedicated to preserving the natural details found in the subjects themselves. It's my hope to provide those who view my work with the opportunity to see the natural world they may not otherwise have a chance to see.


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