EXPLORERS AGAINT EXTINCTION 2017

Explorers Against Extinction

SKETCH FOR SURVIVAL
One elephant is killed in Africa every 15 minutes. That's 100 a day. An average of three rhinos a day are killed for their horn. To raise awareness of these shocking statistics we asked artists & celebrities to do a simple 15 minute sketch to support our campaign.

Our ‘Sketch for Survival’ exhibition now comprises of over 100 pieces of artwork, both professional works donated by leading wildlife artists as well as sketches from celebrity supporters.  Each piece will be framed or mounted and exhibited online, as well as being displayed at the Royal Geographical Society during our Explorers against Extinction event on the evening of 12 October 2017. We are delighted that Tom Eddison, Deputy Director & Specialist in Contemporary Art at Sotheby's will be with us on the night to lend his expertise and run a short auction for a few of the pieces.




Dessin original

"Rhinocéros"
Encres colorées sur papier
30 cm x 40 cm

The collection will also be on display to the public in the form of short pop-up exhibitions, opening in Norwich on World Rhino Day on Friday 22nd September. Venue details below:
 The Crypt Gallery, Norwich School, Cathedral Close, NR1 4DH: Friday 22nd September 10am - 5pm and Saturday 23rd September 10am - 4pm
 The Crypt Gallery, Dukes Road Entrance (off Euston Road), London, NW1 2BA: Tuesday 26th September 2pm - 8pm (private view 6pm - 8pm), Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th September 10am - 7pm
 Walcot Chapel Gallery, Walcot Gate, Bath BA1 5UG: Wednesday 4th October 12pm - 7pm and Thursday 5th October 10am - 4pm
Entry is free.