As you can probably tell, I'm somewhat of an animal lover, so when the Saving The Survivors charity got in touch to ask if I could support an event, I was honoured, and of course very happy to oblige.
Saving The Survivors help endangered animals that have been injured from poaching or other traumatic events. They help a wide array of animals, but recently rhinos have been receiving most of their help. This is sadly due to an increase in poaching and vicious attacks on rhinos.
On 9th May, Wild Support are hosting a 'Dine For Rhino' event in Sydney Australia, in aid of Saving The Survivors, where I have donated a Mr Bojnagles canvas to the event.
I wanted to help this wonderful charity some more, so I've decided to donate 20% of sales on wall art to Saving The Survivors when you use the code 'DONATE20' at the checkout.
You'll still pay the full amount, but I'll donate 20% of the sale price straight to the charity when you use that code. A new piece of art for you, lots of love and care for a lovely rhino!
This won't be the end of the collaboration, just the beginning. It might even inspire some paintings of more wild animals, so keep your eyes peeled...
Photos courtesy of Saving The Survivors.
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Hoping to help parents who are now home schooling with a project about wildlife painting. This isn't a step by step guide in how to paint like Sarah, the aim is to allow children to research an artist, create an artist profile, and then to experiment with colour & paint. I have taken the key points from the lesson plans created by Jo-Anne Mallinson, a Deputy Head teacher and tried to make it flow in an accessible way.