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Give Art for Snow Leopards

Over the last few years, a great number of artists – painters, photographers, sculptors and all kinds of other creative minds – have partnered with the Snow Leopard Trust, putting their talents in the service of the cats.

Anyone can become an Artist Partner. All it takes is a donation of proceeds from the sale of artwork (or the artwork itself, preferably in digital format) and we’ll feature you on our Artist Partner page.

Tracey Kidston, Snow Leopard

One of Tracey Kidston's awesome snow leopard prints

One of our long-time Artist Partners is wildlife photographer Tracey Kidston. Tracey has a passionate commitment to documenting wildlife in their natural habitat which has allowed her to become intimately involved with a number of research and conservation projects. She has been a strong supporter of the Snow Leopard Trust for many years.  Tracey is now donating 50% of the proceeds from all of her prints in her Snow Leopard Conservation Gallery to the Snow Leopard Trust.

 

Silence Speaks - Snow Leopard, by Michael Pape

Silence Speaks - Snow Leopard, by Michael Pape

Also donating proceeds from his Limited Edition giclée prints “Silence Speaks – Snow Leopard” is wildlife artist Michael Pape.  Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and self-taught, Michael Pape finds many beautiful things such as animals and nature that inspire his paintings.  Michael has been a long- time supporter of the Trust, and we are thrilled that he and the rest of our Artist Partners share their talents with supporters of snow leopard conservation to help protect this beautiful species.

Find out more about our Artist Partner program here.

 

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