- August 14, 2015 at 7:33 pm #58803
Over the years I have become very involved with wildlife conservation. Using my art as a vehicle to draw awareness to various issues. My particular area of interest is wildlife crime and endangered species. Do you think that art can make a difference? Can it convey a visual message that is powerful enough to bring about change. Let me know your thoughts. Paula WiegminkAugust 20, 2015 at 12:12 am #58897
I have just watched the episode showcasing Paula Wiegminks’ work. What an inspiration, and such an important message for conservation, and for our endangered species. The Rhino tears work is very moving and thought provoking.August 27, 2015 at 7:42 pm #59059
Thank you for watching the program and taking the time to leave a message. I apologize for taking so long to reply but I have been travelling and not had internet access. It is so sad to see how so many animals are being slaughtered. Using my art as a tool is one way I am able to draw attention to the plight of these endangered animals. I only hope that these wildlife crimes can be stopped before it is too late. All the very best to you, kind regards Paula ……January 14, 2017 at 8:13 pm #75339
My fine art particularly mirrors my adoration for nature. This, with my different advantages: the investigation of common history, photography, deliberate untamed life safeguard; is essential to my work. Alongside concentrate behavioral examples of individual species; I’m additionally captivated by the bunch hues and examples inside nature.
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