Kim Ferreira | Wildlife Conservation Network
Oil paintings by Kim Ferreira, featuring an array of anthropomorphic woodland critters against a backdrop nodding to french rococo landscapes.
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Wildlife Conservation Network

I am so happy to have sold all of my paintings from the Enormous Tiny Art Show! I decided to donate 20% of my portion of the sales to the Wildlife Conservation Network.



My paintings provide me with an escape from the stresses of the real world. They are my happy place, where I can celebrate all of the things that make my world go’ round. However, there are so many problems that need attention and causes that need fighting for. It didn’t feel right to be painting these idyllic scenes of elephants and groundhogs and macarons while ignoring the plight of these majestic creatures. It felt so good to be able to make a sizeable donation to this wonderful organization.