Endangered. Created by pallet knife on linen, poured and painted by Arrachme Art. All Rights Reserved. The beloved elephant thoughout history has been hunted for tusks. Here you see the kind hearted giant hiding in the jungle foliage. The bands of time covering parts of him drawing attention to his plight and threat of extinction.
Arrachme is a published abstract expression artist living in Florida, USA. Being a member of a select international group of artists involved in raising socio, environmental awareness, enables Arrachme to be a part of forefront of new genres in the art world. Her work is consistently exhibited in museums worldwide.
Arrachme’s paintings are influenced by the environment, which she describes: “I feel nature is a place of grace, nurturing and creativity. Art can blend with the humanitarian voice to affect gentle environmental and social impact. The challenge for me is to see how much good I can do with my art to benefit all living things.”
As a teacher Arrachme's art education program supports other artists and is endorsed by an Artist Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is one of the worlds most influential scientific minds.
Proud member of Member GAPI, PAS, Art Nations, ICAF- International Cultural and Arts Federation, Friends of The Earth- U.K.
See Arrachme's website at : www.arrachmeart.com
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All entry donations go directly to the Center for Great Apes.