Wed, Nov 22nd, 2017
My art benefits more international conservation work this year
One of this year's milestones was being invited to show my art internationally in Paris, London,Namibia and South Africa as well as by internationally recognized organizations and events.
I exhibited three pieces at The Louvre, Paris—Salon International d'art Contemporain. It was a real thrill and my art is now being shown at a show In Helsinki ,Finland by a gallery that loved my work.
I was also invited to show at the Royal Geographic Society in London through an event called SKETCH FOR SURVIVAL with the proceeds going to Wildlife conservation programs all over Africa.
In July ,we established a scholarship program with the Southern Africa Ranger College to use my art to raise funds for Park Ranger scholarships for deserving African children.
My work was also chosen to appear in the ARTISTS FOR CONSERVATION traveling exhibit and on their annual calendar. ARTISTS FOR CONSERVATION is the planet's leading artist group dedicated to supporting the environment, spanning 5 continents and 27 countries.
Anne is also a "Signature Member" of THE SOCIETY OF ANIMAL ARTISTS, an organization dedicated to excellence in the portrayal of Animals with an exclusive membership of over 500 members worldwide. "Signature Members" are those few members eligible to vote and are considered to have achieved the highest level of artistic achievement. She was chosen again this year for the prestigious, Annual Wildlife Art tour exhibit.
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