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Sketch for Survival and COP26; Art and Climate Concerns go hand in hand…

honoured to have my art as part of COP26- with Explorers Against Extinction in Glasgow Continue reading

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Gentle Killers

African wild dogs are not generally aggressive to man, very unassuming in fact… I call them ‘gentle killers’ in homage to one of the first amazing books written about them by Jane Goodall and Hugo Van Lawick, so many years … Continue reading

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