The Crumbling Demise of the Leatherback by Rubin Watson. All Rights Reserved. This piece features a leatherback turtle with copper water droplets and broken egg shells within the shell. The leather back turtle is a beautiful creature who must deserve more time on this planet. We have to be more cautious with our fishing and…
Cornered by D. Ferrer. All Rights Reserved. It shows an elephant being cornered by 2 humans with guns. Shooting an innocent animal, such as an elephant, should never be done for money or amusement. Animals are gifts and we are the ones who are throwing them away.
Am I just a prize? by Freya Willsea. All Rights Reserved. Hi, I am a 16-year-old artist from England. Art has always been my favorite subject at school and I thoroughly enjoy it! My favorite things to paint are animals! I love to visit zoos or wildlife parks, but sometimes my dog will do just…
Navy and Silver by Kendall Grinder. All Rights Reserved. Anchors cut from nickel sheet metal with lace lining and fabric resembling tentacles. My design is to represent the depth of the ocean where the octopus make their territory and the anchors represent the encroachment of people that affect their territorial sea floor.
Ivory by Eric Anderson. All Rights Reserved. This piece is meant to represent the endangerment of African elephants caused by illegal poaching for the ivory trade.
Copper deVine by Danica Richards. All Rights Reserved. I chose the black spider monkey because I love monkeys. I chose to use the skeleton of the spider monkey to show that this monkey is becoming extinct. I love monkeys and want to see them thrive.
Jaws of Hope by Signe Eaton. All Rights Reserved. Tigers are such a majestic part of the community and our ecosystems in some parts of the world and I wanted to portray that in my piece.
That’s Their Home by D. Ferrer. All Rights Reserved. Chopping down timbers where pandas live. A painting of workers chopping down the homes of pandas.
‘Katihati ya marsha’ Center of Life-in Swahili by Peyton Dunn. All Rights Reserved. I chose to use the African baobab tree because it is the center of life in Africa. It nurtures the other wildlife around it by providing shelter and food to animals and plants alike. If the baobab tree were to vanish completely…
In Memory by D Ferrer. All Rights Reserved. Harambe and Harry. This is my drawing of the rare silverback gorilla that was shot and killed and the gorilla that died the next day.