Cole Stirling – Running Towards Extinction

£3,300

Dimensions:
Triptych, each panel 72×55 (cm).

Location:
UK/New Malden

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. Charcoal on paper. Made of three pieces.

Unavailable to Purchase

Description

About the piece:
Cole was born and raised in Zimbabwe and therefore has always had a love for nature and the African bush, with art being how he expresses this. His pieces always aim to bring attention to the many issues facing our natural world. Working mainly in charcoal, Cole loves the freedom that this mark making medium affords, as well as the timeless feel that working in black and white gives his pieces. ‘Running Towards Extinction’ explores the fragility of our natural world. Cole focuses on tigers as his subject, being an iconic species that are on the brink of extinction. He aims to produce a dynamic yet thought provoking piece, creating a triptych of the big cat running in profile, and disappearing with each frame into the background.

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 72 × 55 cm
Medium

Mixed Media / Other

Species

Big Cat

Subject

Wildlife