Environmental artist gives voice to the world’s most endangered animals as exhibition begins tomorrow (November 2nd)

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Wildlife artist and conservationist Sophie Green poses with one of the paintings from her upcoming exhibition ‘Impermanence’ which opens tomorrow (2-13 November) at the OXO Tower Gallery in London

With COP 27 kicking off soon, one of the world’s top wildlife and environmental artists will be organizing a Free A powerful and thought-provoking exhibition starting tomorrow (November 2)second abbreviation -13The tenth) at the OXO Tower gallery in London to highlight the menace of the planet’s most endangered animals – with sales of their artwork funding vital conservation work.

Beautiful, multi-award winning artist and conservationist Sophie Greene was an eclectic mute until the age of seven and spent her time outside immersed in nature and wildlife.

Having resisted muteness as a child, the 30-year-old now aims to give animals a voice through her adorable artwork.

Her photorealistic paintings of some of the world’s most endangered creatures, such as polar bears, rhinos, tigers and whales, are attracting a first-class following, with 150,000 fans on social media, and she is on her way to becoming a blue-chip artist as British fine art photographer and conservation activist Environmentalist David Yarrow.

Sophie’s artwork provides a window into another ecosystem – connecting viewers with wildlife from around the world, while also drawing attention to the plight of species at the hands of humanity and climate change.

“I draw animals to save animals” said the Surrey-born former primary school teacher who lives and works in East Sussex and has previously participated in COP 26. “I hope to make a difference in the world of conservation and use my art to make a positive impact on the world.”

Sophie’s work often draws the viewer’s attention to the animal’s frailty, strength or affection – and to the charisma of her star Free The upcoming ‘Impermanence’ art exhibition is ‘His Majesty’ which features an East African lion and is named in honor of the late Queen Elizabeth II, who was instrumental in encouraging conservation efforts around the world.

Since becoming a professional, Sophie has donated more than 10% of her income to wildlife and conservation charities around the world, as well as creating her own project fund that will support vital conservation work, from protecting Himalayan snow leopards, to conducting research on the species. Threatened marine life such as sharks and turtles.

“Fortitude” is Sophie’s inspiring, evocative and thought-provoking 14-piece collection, drawn in a hyper-realistic style.

The talented artist travels the world taking pictures of endangered creatures in their natural habitat that she can then paint – she went to the North Pole last year and next year, she will be visiting Tanzania.

“All of my work is based on a current existing genre or problem that caught my attention,” She said. “If there is no underlying reason for creating the piece, my passion for the piece wanes. For example, my recent trip to the Arctic brought so many issues regarding wildlife, climate change, melting snow etc., that a lot of my work was of interest to me. Polar character for a while.”

Sophie aims to forge a path for wildlife artists and female artists in general “To be seen and respected in the contemporary art world” They use their art in a positive way and be a spokesperson for the issues they care about. She is also the founder of the online Art Basket gallery that supports and sells artworks by independent artists like her.

“I was in my mid-twenties, and although I loved working with children, teaching is a whole profession and I didn’t have any time to do what I really loved,” Sophised. “My passion is creating art and making a difference in the natural world. When you don’t have any time for a creative outlet, or to do something you love, it forces you to make some tough life decisions. Giving up a stable, reliable income was to go and chase an “elusive dream” at it Time seems terrifying, but it was the best decision I ever made.

“Animals and the natural world have always been close to my heart. As a young child, I was selectively silent, which meant I couldn’t talk outside the family home until the age of seven. I was very introverted and spent almost all of my time outside with nature and wildlife, or reading books about animals. It was never an option to become a wildlife artist and conservationist, it came completely naturally. Animals have no voice and are not responsible for any of the struggles they face due to human encroachment, climate change, poaching, etc. They make a difference for those who don’t vote for them.”

In 2021, Sophie was awarded the ‘Medal of Excellence’ from the Artists for Conservation Foundation (AFC) representing 500 of the world’s leading nature and wildlife artists, for her outstanding work in wildlife and conservation. She was also selected to be one of 20 artists to feature at COP26. She recently donated one of the pieces from her “Impermanence” collection to the Tusk and African Community & Conservation Foundation (ACCF), where it sold at auction for a whopping $24,000.

According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), there are currently more than 40,000 species that are believed to be threatened.

Sophie said: Impermanence is a collection of artwork and foundations for a lifelong goal. The group will fund vital conservation projects around the world, as well as raise awareness of important conservation issues and inspire others to make a difference. The name Impermanence is open to interpretation, highlighting the philosophy of impermanence of life, as well as the impermanence of many species and ecosystems on the planet. But there is also hope – in the impermanence of the world’s problems. ”

Admission to the exhibition “Impermanence” by wildlife artist Sophie Green is free and runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. November 2second abbreviation – 13The tenth At the OXO Tower Gallery in London’s South Bank on Barge House Street, SE1 9PH.

For more information on wildlife artist and conservationist Sophie Green and her exhibition “Impermanence,” please contact Jill Kent at PR Superstar on 077604 70309 or email [email protected]

Her social media handles are:

Sophie Green (@sophiegreenfineart) • Instagram photos and videos

Sophie Green Fine Art (@sophiegreenart) / Twitter

Sophie Green Fine Art | Facebook

Sophie Green Fine Art – YouTube (Where there are videos of Sophie in action)

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