New Zealand Eco Artists

ECOARTISTS NEW ZEALAND
Artists WORKING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

What:

Eco Artists New Zealand is a Non Profit Charitable Trust established in 2007 by Lochmara Lodge Wildlife Recovery and Arts Centre and a group of passionate artists from around New Zealand.

Eco artists share a passion for the environment and endeavour to create further awareness and raise funds for conservation through their art. This provides a vehicle in which artists and the general public may contribute to New Zealand's unique ecology and conservation projects.

Why:

Because of New Zealand's unusual evolutionary past, we hold stock to one of the world's most unique collection of plants and animals. Unfortunately one in two New Zealand endemic birds and one in ten of our native plants are currently under threat of extinction. Furthermore, a variety of endemic reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and fish species are also gravely endangered.

How:

Artists and galleries from around New Zealand who register as
Eco Artists elect to incorporate a donation of their choice into the prices of their work sold. It is the intention that as Eco Artists New Zealand grows, the donations will be distributed annually around the country to 6 different conservation projects chosen by all the registered Eco Artists. Register here

Who:

Eco Artists can be found throughout the country. Please click here to be taken to a directory of Eco Artists.

Become a friend of Eco Artists New Zealand

This is only for members of the public who are non-registered Eco Artists

Make a donation:

1)Credit Card using Paypal donations button:

2)Internet banking or at any Kiwi Bank branch.

Eco Artists New Zealand
Kiwi Bank – 38-9006-0814145-01

Please include your full name and contact details.

Donations are tax-deductible.

Kim Coutts Papatuanuku
 
Vaughan Carving Oamaru Stone
 
Timothy Mark Oamaru Stone Carving
 

 

Eco Artists New Zealand email: info@ecoartists.co.nz
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