Margie O’Brien – Blue Dabous Original


Medium: Oil on Canvas Framed

Dimensions:  79 x 99cm

It is said that Niger’s monumental Dabous Giraffe petroglyphs are Africa’s cultural equivalent of Michelangelo’s David.  By enriching natural colour I have attempted to evoke the mysterious magic of these prehistoric archaeological wonders.  Thanks to Margie, 50% of the net profits from the sale of this artwork will support DSWF’s work protecting endangered species across Africa and Asia.  As quoted by Margie:

“It is wonderful to realise that any sales made will contribute towards conservation projects focused on protecting endangered species.  I love the caring, family-minded approach and the innovative and flexible way that DSWF is reacting  to the constantly-changing demands and challenges of protecting our fragile natural world.”


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Margie’s passion for wildlife conservation began at an early age in South Africa where she regularly visited the Kruger Park. Following a career as an art teacher, she now divides her time between her painting studios in Surrey and the Western Cape. Inspiration comes from both hemispheres, developed from extensive photographic travels

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Dimensions 79 × 99 cm

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