Andrew Harris – Exploited, Exported, Extinct

£400

Dimensions:
84×59 (cm)

Location:
UK/Surrey

Delivery:
Please note that in addition to delivery/postage and packing costs, the buyer may also incur import/export costs for international deliveries outside of their country of residence.

Additional information:
Unframed. Woodcut collage. Edition of 10.

Unavailable to Purchase

Description

About the piece:
Andrew Harris is an illustrator and printmaker. This woodcut artwork was completed in January 2020 as a response to learning about the shocking numbers of pangolin illegally trapped, killed and trafficked by organised crime networks, threatening the existence of the entire species. Spanish police found a pangolin while screening luggage on a flight from Casablanca, with the dead creature being found amongst the passenger’s clothes. This heart-breaking story is clearly depicted in this powerful woodcut artwork.

At least 50% of the proceeds from this sale will support the charitable work of David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) and our ground-based conservation partners across Africa and Asia.

Additional information

Dimensions 84 × 59 cm
Medium

Painting

Species

Pangolin

Subject

People, Wildlife