Elizabeth Ann Francis – Silvery-Cheeked Hornbill

£500

Dimensions:
36×28 (cm)

Location:
Canada/Ontario

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. Graphite and carbon pencils.

Unavailable to Purchase

Description

About the piece:
Elizabeth Ann Francis is a self-taught artist from Canada, her work being predominately informed by her passion for wildlife and conservation. This work depicts the Silvery-Cheeked hornbill, one of the many unusual and fascinating birds that make up the Bucerotidae family. Due to their unique method of nesting which relies on old-growth forests, hornbills are extremely vulnerable to habitat destruction and human interference. This piece is an ode to the quiet intricacies of this extraordinary species.

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 36 × 28 cm
Medium

Mixed Media / Other

Species

Birds

Subject

Wildlife