To help save some of Africa's most endangered animals, Canadian high realist artist Daniel Taylor and the African Conservation Foundation established ArtSavingWildlife — The Endangered Species Project. The project was originally set up in 2004, starting small-scale, as a ground-breaking approach to raising funds for conservation. Currently more and more artists with a passion for nature, wildlife and conservation are joining the group.
A celebration of wildlife and landscape art, the online gallery currently showcases and promotes the work of artists worldwide while supporting field conservation projects.
Goal of ArtSavingWildlife is to raise awareness and funds for the protection of Africa\'s most endangered species. The project also supports the education of schoolchildren and community development in Africa.
Sculptures, Original Paintings and Museum Quality Fine Art Reproductions are available for purchase through this website. The participating artists have generously offered to donate a percentage of the revenues for these art works to the conservation of endangered species.
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Through this website we will provide regular updates about the art works, events, project activities and the artists involved.
Together we can make a difference. It is the synergy and combined commitment of people with different skills that can help save endangered wildlife for future generations. I feel honoured to be able to paint such magnificent and vulnerable animals as it tears my heart out when I realise how endangered these fellow beings are. Through thoughtless actions we are bringing them to inevitable extinction, which will be our loss ... forever!
High Realist Artist, Canada