Pangolins are on a roll in this blog…. endangered and trafficked world-wide for food, magic and medicine, they NEED our help!
The work of Lisa Hywood of the Tikki Hywood Trust in Zimbabwe, is never ending….. conservation, education and legislation challenges abound….
and is the inspiration for a concerted effort to conserve Zimbabwe’s Ground Pangolin (Manis temminckii), before it is too late..
Visit my Lin Barrie Art pages to see my pangolin paintings, part proceeds to benefit Tikki Hywood Trust…
‘Art by Lin Barrie’:
Lin Barrie Art:
Rose Gold Pangolin,
acrylic on handmade paper
Patrick Mavros Junior has created stunning Pangolin pieces, high fashion art mixed with Conservation….
Part proceeds from all sales of Mavros pangolin jewellery contribute toward the Tikki Hywood Trust in Zimbabwe…!!!
I have always enjoyed painting pangolins, and am lucky to have seen them up close and personal, in a sheltered environment and also in a truly wild environment…I saw this gorgeous girl last year in a truly wild place….
Pangolins provide endless graphic inspiration for me, and I have decided that the part proceeds from my pangolin paintings sold will also contribute towards Tikki Hywood Trust.
Two of my current art works are hanging for viewing and sale in the Mavros showroom in Harare, go and take a look ….
Rolled Silver Pangolin by Lin Barrie
acrylic (with metallic silver), on stretched canvas
3 x 3 feet
This is a detail from my larger painting Rolled Silver pangolin,
Red Earth Pangolin in the Moonlight by Lin Barrie
acrylic (with metallic silver and rose gold) on stretched canvas
3 x 3 feet
While you are wandering entranced around the beautiful Mavros showroom, browse the exquisite silver and gold Mavros creations…
Talented father and sons create timeless pieces of silver art….
…such as this pangolin ring…
Silver rolled pangolins for your coffee table..
a pangolin feast for the senses!
Sarah Savory has written two very entertaining and yet wonderfully educational books, (never easy to combine those two aspects, but she has cracked it!)
and “That’s How We Roll”…
Her children share her passion for animals, environment and books…here is Luke’s drawing of a pangolin, (note the ants!) done during the Pangolin Weekend held at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge last year
Sarah read her books to the entranced children, and “Pangolin Protector” certificates were the hit of the day….
She kindly visited the local Mahenye Junior school for a reading…donating books to their little library…
Pangolin Day is coming soon…..
and another pangolin weekend is happening, date yet to be advised, but will be hosted by Sarah, at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge this year…
Well done Lin … an EXCELLENT cause!!
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