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Foraging Kiwi - 2015 Animalia International Print Exchange Entry

2015 Animalia International Print Exchange

The Animalia Collection will move to Sydney 17 October.

Yvonne Levenston, the noted wildlife artist, has kindly let us have a space to show the Animalia prints at Cre8tiv Studios, St Leonards.

 Exhibition: 17, 18, 23, 24 & 25 October

Official opening 2pm 18 October

Hours: 10 – 4

Please come along and buy a poster or print and help World Animal Protection

To view this and others in the exhibition, or to purchase one of the prints in support of the WPA, please visit http://www.annieday.com.au/#!animalia/c1dg3

Foraging Kiwi

This Drypoint Etching will be exhibited as part of the 2015 Animalia International Print Exchange.

The Print Exchange aims to raise much needed funds to support the amazing work of the World Protection of Animals.

The 2013 Animalia International Print Exchange raised over $4200 for this fantastic organisation.

Printmaking Sisters invited printmakers from around the globe to join in this exchange. All entries were first exhibited at The Milk Factory Gallery in Bowral NSW Australia in 2015, and now moves to Sydney at Creativ 8 Studios. Proceeds of exhibition sales will go to World Animal Protection. http://www.worldanimalprotection.org.au/

“World Animal Protection vision: a world where animal welfare matters and animal cruelty has ended. World Animal Protection exists to tackle animal cruelty across the globe. We work directly with animals and with the people and organisations that can ensure animals are treated with respect and compassion.”

To view this and others in the exhibition, or to purchase one of the prints in support of the WPA, please visit http://www.annieday.com.au/#!animalia/c1dg3

cre8tiv studios, Sydney
 2015 Animalia International Print Exchange

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