I am thrilled to be the featured artist in the Spring 2020 Edition of Australian Wildlife - the quarterly magazine for the Australian Wildlife Society. This profile appears in their widely-read magazine, available online and as a hard copy publication and available to members nationally and internationally.
The article is an effective way to tell and share my story about the discovery of drawing abilities by 'accident', and the nurturing of ideas into tangible ways to meld passion and creativity with Australian wildlife conservation.
It was not an easy task for me to choose the right illustrations to feature in this piece. It's difficult to be objective about which animals to showcase, as I love all equally! I worked closely with the editors of the magazine to choose a representation of land and sea animals. Here you have:
- Sandra the Seahorse
- David and Betty Wombat
- Fernando the Platypus
- Spike the Echidna
- Jacki the Turtle
- Clive the Cuttlefish
- Cuddles the Cuttlefish - in progress
Adore your favourite animals, buy art from an Australian creative business - help save animals!
When you buy and give Wildcard-Sue for Christmas, you're actively contributing to projects and campaigns that save Australian wildlife.
5% of profits from the first Christmas season for WIldcard-Sue (October-December 2020) will be donated to the Australian Wildlife Society.
These intricate illustrations can be purchased as:
- Limited Edition Fine Art Prints - of 100 only, in A4, A3 and A2.
- Collection posters - Land, sea and dragon collection posters and fine art prints, in A3 and A2
- Artist cards - featured favourites make amazing Christmas cards !
- Sticker packs - just what the kids will love!
Find the full article on pages 24-25 of the Spring 2020 magazine, which can be found on the Australian Wildlife Society website . If you enjoy reading the magazine, don't hesitate to become a member of the Australian Wildlife Society and support their mission to protect Australia's wildlife. You may also support by donating and purchasing a copy of the Spring issue via the website www.aws.org.au.