Monday, November 7, 2016

Before Africa

Long before traveling to Africa, I would go to the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C. I have also gone to their research center where animals that are extinct in the wild have a chance to come back under a controlled safe environment.

All gorilla species are endangered. Their home is growing smaller and smaller, poaching and war reduce the numbers of gorillas each year. I belong to Artists for Conservation. Some of my art works a percentage of the sale goes to help wild animals. I pick different groups to help depending on the animal. If you are interested in purchasing one of these prints, 35% of the sale will go to help the wild gorillas.

Day 7 "existence" linoleum print on lace paper, mounted on Arches Black cotton rag paper image 11X14. There are 2 un-matted un-framed and 2 matted soft white 15X18". These prints are on sale for $40.00 and $50.00(matted) or you can make me an offer. lhp5536@aol.com

detail of "existence" 11X14" full print

"existence" 11X14 lino cut printed on lace paper mounted on Arches Black paper

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