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Art for the Animals

Art for the Animals - Has Ended

 18 Nov, 2021 - 18 Nov, 2021
 Thu 6:00pm - Thu 8:30pm
 13 Old Aberdeen Place
  West Perth, WA
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Please join us for a magical evening of exclusive art created by some of Australia's most celebrated artists, delicious food by Fenella Peacock of Tastescape, and a vast array of botanically based beverages. 

Art for the Animals is the inaugural art fundraising event to support For the Animals' work to protect wildlife and habitat in one of the last remaining intact forests in Asia, the Southern Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia. For the Animals' also provides sustainable income to many families living in Cambodia, through ecotourism and ranger patrols to protect released wildlife.

This will not be an ordinary art exhibition. We promise that you will be transported away from the everyday and into a wonderland of intrigue and beauty as we celebrate the interconnectedness of humans, animals, and the natural environment. With cinematic size videos, a live auction, giveaways, and an engaging Master of Ceremonies, this will be a surprising and fun experience.

Browse paintings, photographs (some of rescued wildlife), sculpture and many surprises that are sure to delight our guests. With a range of art valued from $50 - $50,000, there is something for everyone, just in time for the holiday gift giving season.

Artists include 

  • Brendon Darby
  • Leon Holmes
  • Ben Juniper
  • Leanne Pearson
  • Alex Proyas
  • Sioux Tempestt
  • Jana Vodesil-Baruffi

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For the Animals is a conservation charity that works with local communities in one of the last intact forests in Asia, the Southern Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia, to reverse the devastating impact of wildlife trade and deforestation. Their work includes poverty alleviation, rescue and care of wildlife, support for sustainable ecotourism and direct protection of wildlife through ranger patrols.

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