Regular price £45.00

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Original artwork kindly donated to Sketch for Survival by Nicola Bradshaw

Acrylic and Fineliner

21 cm x 29 cm

This painting explores the ivory trade, illustrated by the price tag on the mother's tusk. When elephants are poached, the calves are abandoned, leaving two generations of elephant vulnerable. The elephant population becomes fragile, depicted by the fragmenting baby elephant. The name Elephantom hints at the subsequent extinction of elephants.

I am a Geography teacher who is passionate about conservation. I want to educate the next generation about the natural world and inspire them to become environmental stewards. As well as the school setting, I am looking for opportunities to use my art to educate the public about conservation issues.

Items usually despatched within 3-8 working days. Price includes VAT and UK postage. International postage charged at £5 - please enquire. Artwork sold unframed. Mock Up images not to scale. All profits donated to Explorers Against Extinction (registered UK charity No 1177505).