Saturday, October 8, 2011

Arupa for Panthera

"Bobcat: Morris Graves Foundation"
16 x 24"
50% donation to

I painted this image after seeing a bobcat on a trail at the Morris Graves Foundation. The wildcat that I actually saw was sunning himself when I came upon him. He sat for quite awhile before turning tail and moving on. I was struck by his rough beauty and grace.

If you are interested in this painting, please contact us

Panthera is working to ensure that tigers remain in the wild forever. Panthera's CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, was instrumental in creating the world’s largest tiger reserve in Myanmar – the Hukaung Valley Tiger Reserve, and today, under the directorship of Dr. Joe Smith, Panthera is leading tiger conservation efforts with two major initiatives: Tigers Forever and the Tiger Corridor Initiative. Through these programs, Panthera is working to protect and secure key tiger populations, and ensure connectivity between sites so that tigers can live long into the future.

Panthera will promote our Tiger Show to benefit them, in April 2012. See previous post.

Prints, cards and original art can be purchased from this blog, our Etsy Shop, and from the C St  Hall Gallery, 208 C St, Eureka, California. Open by appointment 498-0059 or 442-1419.
A percentage of all sales from Art Helps the Planet goes to Panthera or Sequoia Humane Society. We've donated $392 so far, everything helps, thank you!

Art Helps the Planet is a group of professional artists donating part of the proceeds from original art, print and card sales to animal rescue organizations.

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