BIG CAT Conservation

BIG CAT Projects

Art 4 CONSERVATION

 

 

Shelley Lozano "Art from the Heart"

Shelley Lozano has studied big cats, feline behaviour & psychology and has had a life-long interest in art and wildlife along with a passion for big cats.  She has always been creative and enjoyed and achieved GCSE O’level art and is a self-taught artist, working mainly in pencil and charcoal sketches and acrylics on canvas.  She sketches and paints from the heart with her passion being big cats and endangered wildlife.

A large portion of the profits received by Shelley for any artwork sold goes directly back into the projects she supports.

Shelley would like to invite any interested Artists who are willing to contribute a percentage or portion of their fee to the big cat projects to display some of their work on this page.

Please email shelleylozano@mail.com for any inquiries and a percentage of any artwork sold will be donated to big cat projects.

David Pritchard

 

I have been painting for as long as I can remember and am totally self-taught and paint mainly Wildlife but do Commissioned, People and Pet Portraits.

Wildlife in all its forms has always interested me and I am becoming more and more concerned about the plight of wildlife everywhere.

Recently I have been in a position to use my Art to support various Wildlife Organisations such as Marwell International Wildlife Organisation, Animals Asia and most recently Big Cat Conservation and various Dog and Cat Charities. 

For further information please contact Wildlife Artist David Pritchard, at Little Orchard Studios. Commission welcomed.  

Tel: 023 8074 0809  Mob: 0788 0580 409 

Web: davidswildlifeart.webs.com

Email: davidsart@hotmail.co.uk

or for further information please email shelleylozano@mail.com or fill out the contact form on the side menu and mention big cat conservation so a percentage of any artwork sold may be donated to big cat projects.

 

Clive Meredith

 

Clive is an entirely self-taught artist specialising in graphite pencil depictions of wildlife from around the globe.

A professional artist since 1993, Clive is a keen naturalist, preferring, where possible, to observe his subjects in their natural environment.

Individual artworks can take as much as 100+ hours to complete, with each one a myriad of graphite layers built up painstakingly with many differing grades of pencil.

Clive is passionate about conservation and welfare issues and has supported many causes over the years through the sale of both original works of art and limited edition prints, most notably the Born Free Foundation and Secret World Wildlife Rescue. Clive is a signature member of the Artists for Conservation Foundation and a Fellow of The Wildlife Art Society International as well as a member of the R.S.P.B.

Email: clivemeredith1964@btinernet.com or for further information please email shelleylozano@mail.com or fill out the contact form on the side menu and mention big cat conservation so a percentage of any artwork sold may be donated to big cat projects.

David Painter

 

David Painter was born in Southampton, and is a self-taught artist, who has been painting and drawing for over 20 years, although his passion over the last 20 years has been wildlife.


David works from his studio on Southampton, spending weeks on his work to achieve the meticulous detail in his work, resulting in his incredibly realistic original art.
In 1999, David's painting 'Two Bengal Tigers', which he exhibited in London, won him 'The Bird and Davis Award', being judged the best outstanding work in oils.This year (2008) David has received a certificate, Commended for his painting 'Nomads' of the Mara' for the SAA artist of the year competition, of which he is a member.

For further information please email shelleylozano@mail.com or fill out the contact form on the side menu and mention big cat conservation so a percentage of any artwork sold can be donated to big cat projects.

Lindas Art

 

I'm based in Hampshire, UK. I’ve always had a flair for drawing and as a child used to make cards for my family and friends.

I am Chairwoman at Fair Oak Arts & Crafts, also Chairwoman/ Secretary at Itchen Wildlife Art Club, as well as member of Winchester Art Group where my paintings are always accepted and I have sold at most exhibitions over a number of years. My paintings have been voted 'Best in Show' by the public on a number of occasions. I have also recently joined the Society for all Artists, an organisation who "inform, encourage and inspire all who want to paint..." I specialise in animals, both wild and domestic!

For further information please email shelleylozano@mail.com or fill out the contact form on the side menu and mention big cat conservation so a percentage of any artwork sold can be donated to big cat projects.

Terence Balm

 

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For further information please email shelleylozano@mail.com or fill out the contact form on the side menu and mention big cat conservation so a percentage of any artwork sold can be donated to big cat projects.

Karen Coulson

 

 I am a professional coloured pencil artist and tutor specialising in wild and domestic animal portraits.  I live with my family on the edge of the New Forest in Romsey, Hampshire. Over the years my work has become very detailed and I enjoy the challenge of trying to draw every feather of strand of hair / fur.  I use a variety of pencils and I usually work on coloured mount board.

 In 2009 I qualified as a tutor and I now run coloured pencil workshops for my local libraries and for small private groups of up to 12 people.

Website: www.karencolson.co.uk or for further information please email shelleylozano@mail.com or fill out the contact form on the side menu and mention big cat conservation so a percentage of any artwork sold through Art for conservation may be donated to big cat projects.

Joanne Sullam

 

 

Joanne H  Sullam has had a lifelong passion and appreciation for animals and nature.
JoAnne has combined this love of nature with her other passion, Art, studying  Art  at the same time, learning animal behavior and husbandry, which lead her to obtain a wildlife rehabilitators license, from which she gained a deeper understanding of animal anatomy and behavior. All of which brought her craft to a higher level.
Joanne has donated artwork and her time to many conservation organizations .
Joanne has also worked as an animal handler, assisting Jim Fowler of Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom, The Today Show, Montel Williams, Regis and the Conan O’Brien show.
She has worked for many years with Martha Stewart and alongside animal expert and longtime friend Marc Morrone on his show “pet keeping” with Marc Morrone. Also working with personalities like Richard Gere, Bobby Kennedy Jr. and concert pianist/animal activist, Helene Grimaud.
JoAnne H Sullam’s paintings & Sculptures have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and cultural centers around the  United States, receiving  Numerous Awards  for her work.

She is the author of a new book

(Little Puppy and the “Mystery of the Doody in the Hallway”) available on Amazon,
a funny novelty book and the result of a lifetime of working with animals.

For further information please email shelleylozano@mail.com or fill out the contact form on the side menu.  Altertanatively contact Wildlife Artist JoAnne Helfert- Sullam At Daydreams Studio at 
daydreams58@hotmail.com or  through her website http://www.joannesullam.com and mention big cat conservation so a percentage of any artwork sold can be made to big cat projects.